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19 54 
ARUI YEAR 




FOREWORD 

TO THE STUDENTS 

FACULTY 

ALUMNI 

AND FRIENDS OF SPRING HILL COLLEGE 

We, the staff members of the 1 954 TORCH, have tried to give 
you our college in photograph and sketch. To this we have added 
a few words. In all three media we have sought to record the 
SPIRITUAL, CULTURAL, PHYSICAL and ACADEMIC life of Spring 
Hill College. It is our hope that many years from now you will be 
able to look back through the eyes of the 1 954 TORCH and see the 
personalities you knew, the teachers who guided you, the early 
friends you made, the places enriched for you by what you did, 
and said and were. It is our hope, moreover, that you will see the 
Spring Hill of the Marian Year, dominated by the spirit of Christ 
and Mary. With this hope in mind we have dedicated the 1954 
Torch to Mary and have developed this dedication into an important 
section of our book. 

For the present— after you have been startled by the flyleaf 
picture of icicles on a Gulf Coast college campus and remember that 
it was the Marian Year that was marked for one brief moment by 
the white mantle of snow— we hope you will see through the gates 
of our title page the full and rich life of Spring Hill College. 

THE TORCH STAFF 



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DEDICATION 



BECAUSE we know ourselves to be through no merits 
of our own but through the abundant graces won for 
us by the death of our Elder Brother on the Cross, the 
sons and daughters of that Valiant Woman who gave 
us her heart's treasure to be our ransom and our re- 
ward without end 

BECAUSE like grateful children of all the ages we desire 
nothing more than to gladden the heart of our hea- 
ven-given Mother by some gift that she will treasure 
not for its intrinsic value but because of the testimony 
it bears to our enduring and heartfelt love 

We, the EDITORS OF THE TORCH FOR THIS MARIAN 
YEAR OF 1954 

on behalf of the students and faculty of this ancient 
college, protected as it is by Mary's spouse, Saint 
Joseph, and entrusted to her sons who are proud to 
be numbered of the Company of Jesus, — 

HEREWITH DEDICATE AND CONSECRATE THIS BOOK 
OF MEMORIES TO OUR IMMACULATE MOTHER, 

the Seat of Wisdom, the Mother of Fair Love, the 
Cause of our joy, at whose work the Son of the Most 
High took flesh of her flesh and dwelt amongst us, 
never in God's plan to leave us thereafter. 




POPE PIUS XII OPENS MARIAN YEAR. 




FIRST SATURDAY MASS IN THE CHAPEL 



DEDICATION TO 




PRAYER 

Deign then, o loving Mother, to receive into thy 
pure hands this pictured record of a happy year 
spent under thy protecting care,- and even as of old 
it was written of thee that thou didst keep all these 
words pondering them in thy heart, so now keep 
these words and memories of ours intact and alive 
in thy immaculate heart, till one day we thy Spring 
Hill sons and daughters may come to review and 
renew them in thy smiling presence and that of thy 
Divine Son, whose holy will we seek to do here and 
everywhere, now and always. 

AMEN. 




NATIONAL SHRINE OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION 



MARIAN YEAR 



STABAT MATER 
ATOMIC AGE 




Let not our frightened faces 

Be a sign to you 

We do not hope. 

Nor let the sweet, perilous clutch 

We hold on flesh 

Make you believe 

We have forgotten 

The old serpent and the bitten apple. 

For we see the heelprint on his head 

Where you had crushed him 

In our own hearts. 

The apple has grown bitter to our taste,- 

It is our lax hand 

That will not lay it down. 

We see your finger point the way 

To our own peculiar prayer and passion. 

We cannot shake it off 

Or turn away. 

The voice of Tabor and of Calvary 

Yet trembles on the air. 

In our anguish 

We cannot hide the fear 

That creeps along our blood 

When we feel the dead serpent stir. 

We lift up our hands 

That you may strike it down once more. 

Let us not shake the tree again 

And bring down around us 

The blazing rain of knowledge uncontrolled. 

Let not the paradise 

We have planned outside the walls 

Be burned away with our own hands, 

So that God will say, 

"Behold, they have become 

As one of us," 

And leave us to save ourselves. 

Stand by us on the way 

And show us the seven swords 

In your heart 

And pray for us your sons. 

It is to our shame 

That we are not strong. 

But we shall not fail 

To stumble to our feet again, 

If you will but say, 

"Thus did my Son, 

He stands beside you,- 

His hand is in your hand. 

The cross is old 

And very dear to him ; 

He has grown accustomed 

To the place 

That fits His shoulder 

Worn by the Calvaries of ten thousand years." 



SPIRITUAL 





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ROSARY IN HONOR OF OUR LADY 





SODALITY 



The sodality of the Blessed Virgin is the 
earliest campus organization. A Sodality 
was established at Spring Hill College in 1847, 
the year in which the direction of the College 
was entrusted to the Society of Jesus by the 
Right Reverend Michael Portier, the first Bis- 
hop of Mobile. 

The object of a Sodality is to promote the 
personal sanctification of its members and the 
salvation and sanctification of others, through 
an ardent love and devotion to the Mother of 
God. 



REV. THOMAS MULCRONE, S. J. 
Sodality Director 



CHRISTMAS DINNER FOR ALL BOARDERS GIVEN BY SODALITY. 



FR. PAULUSSiEN, S.J. President of the Central Secretariate 
of Rome, and Ted Delorme, Sodality Prefect 





SODOLIST HOGAN TEACHES YOUNG MASS SERVERS 



OUR LAIY 



The College Sodalities have throughout 
the year initiated and cooperated with pro- 
jects that contribute to the spiritual progress 
of the College. In particular, in this Marian 
Year, they have promoted the recitation of the 
Rosary at the Grotto at noon and in each 
residence hall at night, the study of Marian 
theology, the delivery of Marian talks, and the 
composition of Marian poetry. 




MOBILE STUDENTS' SPIRITUAL UNION DANCE FOR COLLEGE AND HIGH 
SCHOOL STUDENTS. 



MEMBERS OF THE SPRING HILL BOARDER' SODALITY 




SODALITY OF 




MARIAN YEAR PRAYER 

(The following prayer for the Marian Year was Personally composed by His Holiness, Pope Pius XII.) 
12-18-53 

Enraptured by the splendor of your heavenly beauty, and impelled by the anxieties of the world, we 
cast ourselves into your arms, O Immaculate Mother of Jesus and our Mother, Mary, confident of finding 
in your most loving heart appeasement of our ardent desires, and a safe harbor from the tempests 
which beset us on every side. 

Though degraded by our faults and overwhelmed by infinite misery, we admire and praise the 
peerless richness of sublime gifts with which God has filled you, above every other mere creature, from 
the first moment of your Conception until the day which, after your Assumption into heaven, He crowned 
you Queen of the Universe. 

O crystal Fountain of faith, bathe our minds with the eternal truths! O fragrant Lily of all holiness, 
captivate our hearts with your heavenly perfume! O Conqueress of evil on earth, inspire in us a deep 
horror of sin which makes the soul detestable to God and a slave to hell! 



OUR L 4 D Y 




OFFICERS OF THE DAY-STUDENTS SODALITY 



O well-beloved of God, hear the ardent cry which rises up 
from every heart in this year dedicated to you. Bend tenderly 
over our aching wounds. Convert the wicked, dry the tears of the 
affilicted and oppressed, comfort the poor and humble, quench 
hatreds, sweeten harshness, safeguard the flower of purity in 
youth, protect the holy Church, make all men feel the attraction 
of Christian goodness. In your name, resounding harmoniously 
in heaven, may they recognize that they are brothers, and that 
the nations are members of one family, upon which may there 
shine forth the sun of universal and sincere peace. 

Receive, O Most Sweet Mother, our humble supplications, 
and above all obtain for us that, one day, happy with you, we 
may repeat before your throne that hymn which today is sung on 
earth around your altars: You are all beautiful, O Mary! You are 
the glory, you are the joy, you are the honor of our people! 
Amen. 




FR. MULCRONE, Director & MICHAEL ZOGH&Y 




THE LIVING ROSARY 




ST. JOHN BERCHMAN 

ARDOIN, JOHN L. 

BOUDREAUX, ROBERT J., JR. 

BROCATO, VINCENT J., JR. 

BUCKLEY, PATRICK T., JR. 

BURKE, RICHARD A. 

CALLAN, JOHN P. 

CHRISTIE, THOMAS P. 

CIMINO, RICHARD D. 

DRAGO, R. B. 

EDMISTON, CHARLES H. 

FALGOUT, BYRON M. 

FLAUTT, FRANK H. 
GASSER, RAYMOND F. 



STUDENTS SERVING AT BENEDICTION. 



St. John Berchmans Sanctuary Society 




MASS OF THE HOLY GHOST. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 

HALPIN, ROBERT F. 

HARTE, PATRICK F. 

HOGAN, G. DALE 

KELLY, CARL J. 

KOEHLER, GEORGE E. 

LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM O. 

McGRATH, THOMAS J. 

PIERCE, JOHN A. 

RODRIGUEZ, FRANCISCO J 

SHERSHIN, MICHAEL J. 

TEAGUE, JOSEPH C. 

WIRTZ, THOMAS J. 

RIASCOS, SANTIAGO, JR. 




ANOTHER FIELD OF THE DUTIES OF THE SANCTUARY SOCIETY. 



CHOIR 




J. FRANKLIN MURRAY, S. J., DIRECTOR AND ORGANIST— Left to Right: Raymond Gasser, Charles McKinnon, Byron 
Falgout, Santiago Riascos, Dennis Butterfield, Arthur Clark, organist, John Pierce, president, Felix Cowsert, Joseph Teague, 
Warren Colson, Richard Burke, Philip Frank, sec.-treas., C. J. Kelly, William Durbin, Kevin Costello, Dennis Ryan, Joseph 
Hebert . . . Not Pictured: Raymond Anders, John Ardoin, Robert Boudreaux, vice-pres:, T. P. Christy, William Livingston, 
Michael Murphy, Francisco Rodriguez, John Sanroma, Paul Thierry. 





MARY WATCHES OVER MOBILE STUDENT SPIRITUAL UNION DANCE. 



AD JESUM 



PER MARIAM 




"HAIL MARY, FULL OF GRACE " 




AD JESU 



Christ and the symbol of His 
Cross dominate Catholic student 
life. This it is that gives meaning 
and dignity to student activity, stu- 
dies, to marriage and even to Mary. 






MR. and MRS. JOHN ERNST 



ROSARY AT MARY'S STATUE 



KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 




PER MARIA 



Mary points the way to Christ, gently urges us toward 
Him and softens His displeasure at our faults. The spirit 
of Mary, her beauty, innocence and maternal care human- 
ize and spiritualize Spring Hill College life. 





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CULTURAL 




EDITORS: OWEN BRENNAN 
JERRY CASEY 




FRATERNITY 



1915 

OllLCRON SlGlPA 



(MICRON SIGMA 



Founded in 1915, Omicron Sigma is the oldest 
and largest fraternity on the campus. The Omicrons 
climaxed another successful year with its annual 
Spring Formal. 

Every year the Matt Rice Cup, so named for its 
founder, is awarded to the student who renders the 
greatest service to the college. 



BARBARA CLARK— SWEETHEART OF 1954 



FIRST ROW 
Azar, D. 
Azar, G. 
Ballinger, H. 
Barry, R. 
Brennan, O. 
Brousse, V. 

SECOND ROW 
Cangemi, S. 
Carney, W. 
Chadwick, J. 
Courtney, J. 
Daniels, D. 
Frank, P. 

THIRD ROW 
Gill, W. 
Hargadon, E. 
Hellinghausen, P. 
Hurley, J. 
Johnson, J. 
Kemmerly, R. 

FOURTH ROW 
Kelly, W. 
Kiernan, T. 
Kokes, C. 
Kuntz, G. 
Latour, O. 
Lignos, S. 

FIFTH ROW 
Marino, C. 
Morrison, J. 
Mule, P. 
Oen, R. 
Parisy, J. 
Perlitz, T. 

SIXTH ROW 
Sardisco, J. 
Schell, R. 
Schulte, J. 
Schulte, T. 
Scott, M. 
Shaia, J. 

SEVENTH ROW 
Steger, G. 
Stevens, J. 
Sweeney, J. 
Thierry, P. 
Thomas, D. 
Wirtz, T. 





PHI OMEGA 



The second oldest fraternity on the campus, Phi Omega dis- 
tinguishes itself during the year in many campus activities. One of 
their important jobs this year was the second semester Blood Drive 
which was under their sponsorship. 



J. REIDY 
Chancellor 




ANN THUBLIN— SWEETHEART OF 1954 



FIRST ROW 

Besf, H. 

Block, C. 

Blackburn, J. 

Burke, B. 
Cardosi, E. 
Costello, K. 

SECOND ROW 
Doly, B. 
Dolron, P. 
Donovan, J. 
Donovan, T. 
Dowd, B. 
Downes, W. 

THIRD ROW 
Guillory, J. 
Halpin, R. 
Hare, J. 
Hardy, B. 
Hasser, J. 
Heggeman, B. 

FOURTH ROW 
Hill, L. 
Hinton, G. 
Jennings, P. 
Kelly, J. 
Laffiteau, W. 
Lamb, R. 

FIFTH ROW 
Linder, J. 
Luedtke, J. 
Lynch, J. 
MacDonald, L. 
McCann, B. 
McGinn, G. 

SIXTH ROW 
Manley, J. 
Markwalter, J. 
Matthews, J. 
Mueller, E. 
Newell, T. 
Orendorff, A. 

SEVENTH ROW 
Ring, D. 
Ripoli, F. 
Walsh, J. 
Wedemeyer, T. 
Williamson, D. 
Zalopany, P. 




Penguin Ball of 1954 



MARY ELLEN PITTROFF 

and 

JIM DONOVAN 




SIGMA ALPHA KAPPA 





DICK WHITTINGTON 
Chancellor 



The only national fraternity on the campus is 
Sigma Alpha Kappa, Theta Alpha Chapter, with 
chapters throughout the South and in New York. 

The main event this year was the Mardi Gras Ball. 



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MARDI GRAS BALL OF 1954 




FIRST ROW 


SECOND ROW 


THIRD ROW 


FOURTH ROW 


FIFTH ROW 


SIXTH ROW 


Anello, J. 


Colson, W. 


Hawkins, B. 


Massari, F. 


Murphy, M. 


Sibille, E. 


Buckley, P. 


Corso, J. 


Heintz, B. 


Matthews, J. 


Palermo, V. 


Walker, J. 


Butterfield, D. 


Curtis, H. 


Kelly, J. 


Mele, F. 


Peresich, P. 


Wheeler, L 


Cimino, D. 


Ford, T. 


Leckich, J. 


Morgan, W. 


Pisarich, R. 


Wright, W. 


Copeland, J. 


Garvin, J. 


Mallard, G. 


Muckler, T. 


Reina, D. 


Young, B. 


Cuevas, L. 


Griffin, R. 


Mansur, J. 


Mullady, W 


Sanroma, J. 


Young, C. 



MISS TORCH 

IS SELECTED B V 

STO KEITOI 




Miss TORCH of 1954 was selected this year by 
Mr. Stan Kenton from a group of nine girls who were 
chosen by the student body. The title of Miss TORCH 
was bestowed upon Miss Mary Ellen Pittroff of Mobile. 
Miss Pittroff, better known as "Peanuts", is a junior 
majoring in Sociology. The remaining eight girls 
chosen will appear in the Favorites Section. 



Portraits by Louise Sheridan, 
Mobile 
New York 




Mary Ellen PillroK 




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Marcelle Cowan 





Joan Dobbin 




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RITES 



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Sue Hays 




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Eleanore Karagan 






Helen Muscat 




KITES 



Joanne Osinski 







June Dninlivan 



IT'S NOT COTTON SUH! 




IT'S SNOW-ONCE IN 50 YEARS 






BAND 
AND... 



SPRING HILL COLLEGE BAND 



MR. SADLIER, Director 



The Band has made remarkable progress under the able direction 
of Claus Sadlier. Mr Sadlier has shown by his enthusiasm that a small 
group of students can obtain a professional sound. At the basketball 
games the band has been the prime factor for the spirit which helps 
make a winning team. The Band performed at the Open House where 
it rendered an excellent pops concert. Next year with more experience 
behind it the band is looking forward to even greater goals. 



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LEFT COLUMN, MARCH 



BRASS CHOIR 




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CO-ED CONTRIBUTION AT OPEN HOUSE GIVEN BY 
SPRING HILL COLLEGE 



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JANICE BROOKS SINGING FOR MOBILIANS AT OPEN HOUSE. 



MR. SADLIER. DIRECTOR, AND MALE GLEE CLUBERS 




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EDITOR FRANCIS WALTER AND MODERATOR FRANKLIN J. MURRAY S.J. 



MOTLEY 



WHAT A MOTLEY CREW! 



FRANCIS X. WALTER Editor 

JOHN KERRIGAN Art Editor 

JAMES E. WENDELL Business Manager 

and other contributors 

REV. FRANKLIN J. MURRAY S. J. MODERATOR 




EDITOR AND FATHER P. H. YANCEY, MODERATOR 



The Mendelian was founded in 1923 by its present 
moderator, Rev P. H. Yancey. It is published five 
times a year by Tri Beta in the interest of biological 
research. 



EMMETT KELLY, BUSINESS MANAGER 




PORTIER DEBATERS 



THINK HARD BOYS 




MIXING WORK WITH PLAY 



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One of the oldest campus organizations, the Portier 
Debating Academy was organized in 1905, and named 
for the founder of the College. Its aim is to train its mem- 
bers to speak and debate in public. Father John Walsh 
is the Moderator. 



FRIEND OR FOE 




ELLEN OLIVIER and ANN GATTI 



IT HAPPENS EVERY SPRING 



YIIII PLAYERS 



ANN GATTI and WES DeLOACH 




E. Dick Whittington, Ellen Olivier, Ann Gatti, Ron Drago the mildly 
maniac family with Hay Fever. 




SKIN OF OUR TEETH 




MR. CHARLES JOHNSTON, Moderator 



Yenni Players has had another 
successful year under the presidency 
of Ed Kilday. Yenni has produced 
two excellent plays with one of 
them, "Skin of Our Teeth", taking 
to the road for presentation. All 
the productions have been under 
the direction of Charles P. Johnston 
and moderated by Rev. George T. 
Bergen S. J. 



B. CLASSICAL RESTRAINT A LA HEPBURN 



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THE EDITORS 



WINSTON AND RANDY GOING THROUGH DICTIONARY 





FR. ANDERSON AND LINOTYPE OPERATOR 

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Member 



Associated GoUe6»ate Press 



Official newspaper of Spring »-lill College, published every tw» 
weeks during the academic year by students of Spring Hill 
College, Spring Hill, Ala. Offices located in Mobile Hall. Mail- 
ing address: Box 141, Spring Hill College, Spring Hill, Ala. 
Subscription rate $1.75 a year. The opinions expressed in 
credited columns and cartoons do not necessarily reflect the 
policy of the editors. 



Editor-in-Chief 

Charles Marino 
Assistant Editor 
John McCarthy 
News Staff 

Jime Mitchell 
Paul Thierry 
George Steger 
Brian Daly 
Hugh Curtis 
Steve Kovacs 
Joan Dobbin 
Mary C. Vella 
Mary F. Donnelly 

Faculty Moderator 



Fr. Robert Anderson, S.J 



'Editor Emeritus' 

Randy Tardy 

Associate Editor 
Catherine Hepburn 
Sports Editor 

Mike Shershin 
Sports Staff 

Jim Schwing 
John Courtney 

Art Staff 

Ed Kilday 
Walter Darring 
Phil Rueff 

and Photographer 




MOBILE, WHAT BIG FETES 
YOl HAVE! 



Randy and Printer by the press 




Fr. Anderson and Mrs. Griffice by Composing Table 




Nike Shershin's 
Press Box 



CATHY 




Mr. and Mrs. Griffice by the press 



Directed by Father Anderson 

The SPRINGHILLIAN is the bimonthly college news- 
paper which publishes all the news that is printable. It 
creates school spirit and serves as a close bond among 
the students. 

The SPRINGHILLIAN is the oldest of the campus pub- 
lications, begun as a quarterly in 1861 as the College 
Album. 



KEY HOLE 



"We print what The Springhillian can't' 





Co-Editors and Moderator 



HENRY FLAUTT Co-Editor 

BARBARA PATRICK Co-Editor 

ARTHUR CLARK Spiritual Editor 

OWEN BRENNAN Cultural Editor 

JERRY CASEY Cultural Editor 

JIM MARZANO Physical Editor 

OLIVER LATOUR Academic Editor 

WALTER MULLADY Academic Editor 

JOHN KERRIGAN Art Editor 

PETE MULE Business Manager 

JOE LINDER Advertising Manager 

FR. ANDERSON Photography 

LARRY CUEVAS Photography 

JOAN DOBBIN Favorites 

JERRY LOCKIE, BETH WILSON, ELEANORE KARA- 
GON, JAY GINTZ, MARCELLE COWAN, MARY FRAN- 
CIS GIDEON, ELLEN OLIVIER, HUGH CURTIS, HAR- 
OLD BAHLINGER, BRYSON JONES, MARY ELLEN 
PITTROFF, PATSY RASP and MANY MORE 
REV. JOHN WALSH, S. J Moderator 



Advertising and Circulation Mgrs. 



Spiritual Editor and Staff 





Academic Editors 




Cultural Editors 
and Assistants 



The TORCH staff lets 
the book speak for it- 
self. May we also take 
this opportunity to say 
thank you to Father 
John Walsh for his kind 
help and assistance. 




However, we want to 
explain why it is called 
the TORCH. In "The 
Torch on the Hill" Fa- 
ther Michael Kenny re- 
fers to the torch of ed- 
ucation. "To you from 
failing hands we throw 
the Torch. Be yours to 
hold it High." 



Physical Editor 
and Ballplayer 








CAMPUS 



B. A- WW I I COME ON FATHER 




A. STUDENT COUNCIL 



C. POLITICAL PULL 




D. NO MAN'S LAND 




E. SOME TRASH CAN I ! 





CHAR ACTORS 






A. TAKE A GUESS HONEY 



B. BIOLOGY MAJOR 



C. O-W-W! BURNS 




D. PRE-MED STUDENT EXAMINING EAR 




E. ANYBODY WE KNOW? 







F. KUBLA KHAN 




G. LIFE THROUGH ROSE COLORED GLASSES 





H. BLOW, GABRIEL, BLOW I I 




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RUN CHUCK, A MONSTER 



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What every convertible should 
have. June Quinlivan, Eleanore 
Karagan, Ann Gatti, Mary Ellen 
Pittroff, Joan Dobbin, Helen Muscat, 
Sue Hays, Joanne Osinski, Marcelle 
Cowan. 



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F. LOVES BLOOMS ON THE CAMPUS. 
H. SHOEING DOBBIN. 



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A. "TOM DID WHAT ? ? ? ?" 



B. STANKY AND GASHOUSE GANG. 



C. FOUR OF THE EIGHT FRONT BURNERS. 





D. BUT NO, I HAVE DATES ON THOSE NIGHTS. 



F. WINE, WOMEN, AND SONG. 



G. OLE GRAND DAD. 



H. O. K. BOYS, DIS IS DE PUN. 



I. BWANA DEVIL I 1 I 




PHYSICAL 





WILLIAM GARDINER 



With eight seasons of fine Badger athletic teams 
behind him, Spring Hill athletic director and head 
basketball coach, Bill Gardiner, is looking forward to 
many more successful years ahead. A native of 
Washington D. C, Gardiner starred in football at 
Georgetown until sidelined in his Junior year by a 
knee injury. Upon graduating in 1943, Gardiner was 
commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Army, and 
was captured by the Germans in the Battle of the 
Bulge, only to escape after six months. 

Arriving on the Spring Hill sports scene in 1946, 
Gardiner has built the Badgers into one of the strong- 
est small college quintets in the South and intends 
to keep them there. 



HEAD COACH GARDINER 



ATHLETICS STAFF 



This year because of sickness Fr. Dan Cronin was 
not able to travel with the teams on road trips, but 
his thoughts and prayers have certainly been with 
them. 

At the practices of the baseball and basketball 
teams his presence has been an inspiration. We hope 
sincerely that Fr. Dan will be able to attend next 
year's games for he stands as a symbol of Badger 
Athletics. 




FR. DAN CRONIN S. J. 




ALVIN BUCKHAULTS 
Golf Professional 





FR. ARTHUR COLKIN S.J. 



TOM FORD 
Manager 



COACH NAP 

An outstanding athlete during his college career 
at Spring Hill, Paul Napolitano captained both 
basketball and tennis teams in 1947 and 1948, 
after returning from a three year hitch in the Navy. 
Having joined the coaching staff upon graduation 
in 1948, Napolitano now handles the Little Badgers, 
Freshman cage squad, assists Gardiner with the 
Spring Hill varsity quintet and acts as head coach 
of the Spring Hill tennis team. 




PAUL NAPOLITANO 
ASSISTANT COACH 



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HILL DEFEATS TULANE 





REGAN AND REIN TRY TO STOP REVON 



LOYOLA TRIES FOR ANOTHER POINT 





HAPPY GOES FOR THE BALL. 
REIN GOES FOR THE HEAD. 



REGAN AND MacDONALD GETTING 
INTO THE ACT. 



NO PLAY GETS BY "BIG BROTHER" 



POOLE WATCHES THE GIANTS 





VARSITY RECORD 



Highlighted by a triumph over Tulane, Southeastern Conference powerhouse, Spring Hill's 1953-54 Badger cage 
team turned in a mark of 16 wins in 26 games for their best record in three campaigns. The 60-57 midseason victory over 
the Green Wave catapulted the Badgers into a national prominence which remained with coach Bill Gardiner's quintet 
the rest of the year. 

Jumping off to a fast start, the boys gave hint to a coming marvelous campaign when Happy Mahfouz broke a 
Spring Hill College personal scoring record with a 39 point performance in the season's opener against Howard. Scoring 
seven wins in their eight frays, including a triumph over Southeastern Louisiana, a team which later beat famed Rio Grande 
in the N. A. I. A. tourney at Kansas Ofy/ the Badger five copped third place in the Senior Bowl tournament. 

After that the defeats were more numerous, but also were the thrillers. The Badgers won a 84-82 humdinger from 
Loyola of the South by tallying six points in the final 50 seconds. They also staged a brilliant victory over Tulane, and 
as a season climax, a 65 to 64 defeat of Loyola again, on the losers court, the day after the Wolfpack had been picked 
for the N. C. A. A. tourney. 



BASKETBALL 
WON LOST RECORD 



SHC 




OPP. 


85 


HOWARD 


82 


83 


BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN 


53 


69 


S. E. LOUISIANA 


54 


53 


S. W. LOUISIANA 


60 


79 


CULVER-STOCKTON 


52 


69 


FLORIDA STATE 


60 


67 


CENTRAL OF MO. 


65 


73 


N. W. LOUISIANA 


68 


59 


NORTH TEXAS SENIOR BOWL 61 


75 


STETSON SENIOR BOWL 


56 


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LOYOLA OF THE SOUTH 


82 


69 


MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 


80 


50 


TROY STATE 


67 


60 


TULANE 


57 


69 


LOUISIANA TECH 


74 


90 


S. W. LOUISIANA 


77 


62 


TROY STATE 


58 


76 


GEORGIA TEACHERS 


64 


78 


CENTENARY 


70 


60 


N. W. LOUISIANA 


71 


58 


CENTENARY 


67 


60 


LOUISIANA TECH 


71 


60 


S. E. LOUISIANA 


63 


71 


DELTA STATE 


66 


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MISSISSIPPI-SOUTHERN 


66 


65 


LOYOLA OF THE SOUTH 


64 



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LIL' BADGERS 



Coached by Paul Napolitano, this years Lil' 
Badgers gave the fans a great show before the 
Varsity games. The members gain valuable ex- 
perience and someday hope to make Varsity team. 
Made up of Freshman, the Lil' Badgers ran up 
against tough competition. We will be looking 
forward to watching the Lil' Badgers again next 
year. Members of the Lil' Badgers were: Kolodziej, 
Logan, Shine, Shaffer, Cunning, McGrath, McKeen, 
Schulte., Hilbert, Leacy, Vannoni, Barry, Kemmerly, 
and Walther. 



KOLODZIEJ SUPERVISED THE BATTLE 



CUNNING SHOOTS WHILE SCHULTE, HILBERT, AND LOGAN TRY 
TO GET INTO THE PLAY. 








Top, left To Right, Coach Bill Menton, McGuire, Atkinson, Airey, Wirtz, Manager Bill Downes. 
Middle, Wright, Pompei, Hargadon, Melton, Gardner, McCann. 
Bottom, Poole, Jones, Rooney, MacDonald, Hurley, Wagner, Oen. 



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BASEBALL RECORD 



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Opponents 


6 


Univ. of Alabama 


10 


3 


Univ. of Alabama 


22 


5 


Keesler Field 


9 


5 


Southeastern La. 





8 


Pensacola Navy 


6 


2 


Whiting Field 


7 


6 


Mississippi-Southern 


3 


5 


Livingston State 


4 


5 


Howard 





3 


Southeastern La. 


8 


4 


Loyola Univ. 


3 


9 


Livingston State 


6 


1 


Howard 


7 





Mississippi-Southern 


8 





Loyola Univ. 


17 



Won 7 



Lost 8 



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Top Left to Right, Coach Napolitano, McKinnin, Willemse, Kimmerly . 

Hasser, Pierce. 



. Bottom Row, Kelly, Burke, 



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TENNIS RECORD 




Spring Hill 




Opponents 





Univ. of Alabama 


7 


6 


Marion 


1 


4 


Mississippi-Southern 


5 


1 


Mississippi State 


8 


6 


Marion 


1 


3 


Howard 


4 





Univ. of Michigan 


9 


2 


Mississippi-Southern 


5 


1 


Pensacola Navy 


8 


7 


Tampa Univ. 








Pensacola Navy 


7 


3 


Loyola Univ. 


4 





Loyola Univ. 


7 


6 


Howard 


3 




Won 4 Lost 10 



THE BADGERS NUMBER 1 DOUBLES TEAM 




DICK BURKE 
NUMBER 1 



NEAL WILLEMSE 
NUMBER 2 



JIM KELLY 
NUMBER 4 



DICK KEMMERLY 
NUMBER 5 



JIM HASSER 
NUMBER 6 





NEW CLUB HOUSE 



GOLF 



BIG WHEELS CONFER 






TOM BRENNAN NUMBER 1 



JOHN NOLAN NUMBER 2 




JIM FISHER NUMBER 6 



DAVID RING NUMBER 3 




Spring Hill 

26'/ 2 

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16 

15 

13 

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16 

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17'/2 

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GOLF RECORD 



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Univ. of Alabama 

Tulane 

Mississippi-Southern 

Tulane 

Mississippi- Southern 

Eglin Field 

Miss. State 

Ole Miss. 

Southwestern 

Louisiana Tech 

Centenary 

North Texas 

Southeastern La. 



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Lost 4 



BERNARD HEGGEMAN NUMBER 5 





WILLIAM CRUTCHER NUMBER 4 




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REVEREND ARTHUR COLKIN, S<J. Director of Intramurols 



INTRAMURALS 




I. M. BOARD 

LEFT TO RIGHT: WILLIAMS, SCOTT, WALSH, LOPEZ, PRES. CALLAN, KOVACS, BEST 




FOOTBALL 



CHAMPIONS: 

MICKS 
BRENNAN, CASEY, COLBERT, McALEER, GARVIN, HALPIN 




I'VE GOT IT 




VOLLEY BALL 
CHAMPIONS 



SPLINTERS 

PISTORIUS, HILL, RUEFF, ORENDORFF, 
PEREZ, LUEDTKE, DYSON 





BASKETBALL 
CHAMPIONS 



CRACKERS 

MULHERIN, BEST, CALLAN, M. JOHNSON, 
WILLIAMS, COOMES. 



SOFT BALL 
CHAMPIONS 




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HALPIN and RING 
KICK OFF 



ITRAMURALS 



Whether on the green, on the 
courts, or in the gym, intramural 
sports play a very important part 
in the extra-curricular life of the 
student body at Spring Hill. The 
intramural sports include among 
many touch-football, basketball, 
Softball, and tennis. The student 
body has shown their enthusiasm 
for the games by participating with 
vigor. Winners in the various in- 
tramural sports are given prizes. 




FRONT ROW: Santiago Riascos, Tony D'Avanzo, Dave Thomas, Ruben Mansur, Alex Mansur, Roberto Lopez. 
BACK ROW: Jose Lima, Carlos Linares, Bobby Gonzales, Larry Cuevas, Bill Behrens. 



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STIFF 



LT. COL. FRANKLIN R. PATTERSON 
Ex. Off. 

CAPTAIN GEORGE PULLIAM, JR. RIGHT 
Adjutant 






LT. COLONEL ELMORE P. MOORE 
Commanding Officer 

MASTER SERGEANT WOODROW LINDSEY 
Motor Sergeant 

SERGEANT FIRST CLASS LESTER A. ECCLES 
Artificer 




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SGT. FIRST CLASS JACK L. SANTER 
Supply Sgt. 



MASTER SERGEANT PATRICK E. BURNS 
Light Weapon C. O. 

MASTER SERGEANT ROBERT E. DENEEFE 




STRIKE UP THE BAND 



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TOP BRASS 





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SCORCH ON THE HILL 



STUDY HALL 





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BURKE AND HASSER MODEL 
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Very Reverend Andrew (1 Smith, S.J.,Ph.D. 

PRESIDENT OF SPRING HILL COLLEGE 



REVEREND GEORGE T. BERGEN, S. J., A. M. 
Dean of The College 





REV. SIDNEY A. TONSMEIRE, S. J. 
Secretary 



REV. ORIE L. ABELL, S. J., A. M., S. T. D. 
Treasurer 




C. FRANKLIN LYNETTE, S. J., S. T. L 
Dean of Men 




NORBORNE R. CLARK, JR. 

M. D. 

Attending Physician 



DANIEL M. CRONIN, S.J. 

A.M. 

Moderator of Athletics 




MRS. ALBERT LEVET 

R.N. 

Director of College Infirmary 



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WILLIAM GARDINER, M. A. 

Director of Athletics 

and Coach 



PAUL NAPOLITANO, B. S. C. 

Assistant Athletic 
Coach 




REV. CHARLES T. MILLER, S.J., A.B. 

Student Counsellor 

Assistant Professor of Religion 



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MRS. JANICE BROOKS 

MRS. EFFIE JOHNSTON 

MISS PATRICIA FRANCIS MALONE 





MRS. Florence M. BARE 

B.S. 

Dietician 

CLIFF WORSHAM, B.S. 
Director of Publicity 

JOSEPH G. TYRRELL, A.B. 
Bursar 



JOSEPH C. MULHERN, S.J., M.S. 
Assistant Dean 



LOUIS J. BOUDOUSQUIE, M.S. 
Registrar 




PHILOSOPHY 



ARNOLD J. BENEDETTO, S.J. Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Philosophy 
and Chairman of the Department 



C. FRANKLIN LYNETTE, S. J., S. T. L. 
Assistant Professor of Philosophy 




SCOn YOUREE WATSON, S.J., Ph.D., HENRY F. TIBLIER, S.J., 

Assistant Professor Ph.D, Professor of Philosophy 

of Philosophy 



CLYDE J. ELLIOT, S.J. 

Ph.D., Assistant Professor 

of Philosophy 




JOHN O'KEEFE, S. J., A.M. 

Assistant Professor 

of Philosophy 



JOHN A. GASSON, S.J., Ph.D. 

Professor of Philosophy 

and Psychology 



MALCOLM P. MULLIN, S.J., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor 

of Philosophy 





CHARLES C. GOETZ, S.J., S.T.L. 

Associate Professor of Religion and 

Chairman of the Department 



CHARLES T. MILLER, S.J., A.B., S.T.L. 
Assistant Professor of Religion 





WARREN J. MARTIN, S.J., A.M. 
Special Instructor in Religion 



RAYMOND J. MULLIN, S.J., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Religion 

JOHN E. SCHWING, S.J., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Religion 





TERENCE KING, SJ., M.A. 
Professor of English 



FRANCIS L. JANSSEN, S.J., M.A. 

Professor of Language 

Chairman of the Department of Languages 



PAUL FELDHAUS, M.A. 
Instructor in Fine Arts 



ARMUND N. CUEN, M.A. 
Instructor in Modern Languages 




RENE DE LECAIN 
Dipl. D'Etudes Sup. 
Instructor in French 



JOHN E. SCHWING, S.J., M.A. 
Ass't Professor of Language 



LITERATURE 



MR. LYONS And FR. MURRAY 





ROBERT L. ANDERSON, S.J., B.A. 
Instructor in English 




FRANKLIN MURRAY, S.J., A.M. 

Professor of English and Chairman of the 

Department 



AND FINE ARTS 



DOROTHY M. TONSMEIRE 

Mus.D. 

Lecturer in Music 



CHARLES P. JOHNSTON 

B.S. 

Instructor in Speech 





ROBERT J. ZIETZ 

M. Lib. 

Instructor in English 



JOHN T. WALSH, S.J., M.A. 

Ass't Professor of 

English 





PATRICK H. YANCEY, S.J., Ph.D. 

Professor of Biology and Chairman of the 

Department of Biology 



CLAUDE E. VALENTINE, S.J., B.S. 
Instructor of Biology 



SCIENCES 



DR. FRANK KEARLEY, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 




E. T. REGAL, A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 



L. J. BOUDOUSQUIE, M.S. 
Professor of Drawing 





T. F. MULCRONE, S.J., M.S. 

Assistant Professor of 

Mathematics 




G. O. TWELLMEYER, S.J., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 




JOHN V. DEIGNAN, S.J., Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry and Chairman of 

the Department of Chemistry 



ELLA MORRIS, B.S. 
Lecturer in Biology 



EVERETT H. LARGUIER, S.J., Ph.D. 

Professor of Mathematics and Chairman of the 

Department of Mathematics and Physics. 



L. J. EISELE, S.J., M.S. 
Associate Professor of Physics 






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ROY WILLIAM VOLLENWEIDER, S.J., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of History 

And Chairman of the Department of 

Social Sciences 



JOHN J. HOLDEN, M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor 

of History 




EDWARD R. JOHNSON, B.S. 

Special Lecturer 

in History 




SOCIAL SCIENCE 



REV. ALBERT S. FOLEY, S.J. Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Sociology 





LT. COL. ELMORE P. MOORE, U.S.A., M.A. 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics and 

Chairman of the Department of Military Science 



ILITARY SCIENCE 




PATRICK BURNS, MASTER SGT., U.S.A. 
Instructor of Military Science 

R. E. DE NEEFE, MASTER SGT., U.S.A. B.S.C. 
Instructor of Military Science 




FRANKLIN RILEY PATTERSON 

B.S., B.J., Lt. Col., U.S.A. 

Assistant PMS&T. 



GEORGE W. PULLIAM 

Capt., U.S.A., B.S. 

Assistant Professor of 

Military Science and 

Tactics 









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MR. FRANKLYN SWEET, M.S., C.P.A. 

Professor of Accounting, 

Chairman of the Department 



COMMERCE 



PAUL BRUNSON, LL.B. 

Special Lecturer in 

Business Law 



JAMES E. MOORE, LL. B. 

Special Lecturer in 

Business Law 



MARIE A. NICHOLS, B.S. 
Special Lecturer in 
Secretarial Science 



KERMIT T. HART, M.S., C.P.A. 

Special Lecturer in 

Accounting 







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SAMUEL M. BETTY, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Economics 



DUNCAN TURNBULL, B.S. 

Special Lecturer in 

Commerce 





JOSEPH C. MULHERN, S.J., M.A. 

Assistant Dean, Professor of Education 

Chaiman of Dept. of Education 



BROTHER CLAVER THOMAS, S.C., Ph.D., 
Special Lecturer in Mathematics 
and Education. 



EDUCATION 




JOHN J. HOLDEN, M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor of History 

and Education 



MARIE A. KASTNER, M.Ed. 
Instructor in Education 






FRANKLYN H. SWEET 
Director of the Evening Division 



The Evening Division offers a variety of courses in 
downtown Mobile for the benefit of students who are un- 
able to attend classes during the day. The Division offers, 
for the most part, courses from the Department of Com- 
merce. However, to satisfy the needs of those who wish 
to gualify for the bachelors degree, other reguired courses 
are regularly given. Regular Spring Hill Students also 
take courses there in order to supplement their ordinary 
curricula. 



IVIIIIC DIVISION 




GRADUATES 



Spring Hill's Evening Division is now 
showing the fruits of the harvest in as 
much as it has produced four times as 
many graduates this year as last. The 
Evening Division graduates have shown 
their interest in obtaining an education 
at night, while in most cases working for 
a living in the day. 

These persons are to be commended 
on their achievement because the aver- 
age span for a night school graduate is 
6 years as compared with 4 of a regular 
student. 




WILLIAM FRANCIS EGAN, B.S.C. 
Winner of the Lange Medal in Accounting 




JAMES JARVIS GRACE, B.S.C 



ELDREDGE E. GRISWOLD JR., B.S.C. 




IOLA S. HAZEL, B.S.C. 
Winner of Faulk Medal'. 







ERNEST S. IRBY, B.S.C. 



EARL DAVID LEURCK, B.S.C. 





GEORGE H. PIERCE, B.S.C. 



MARGARET REINHART, B.S.C. 



FAYE MARIE YEAGER, B.S.C. 



STUDENTS 




The preceeding portion of this Academic Section was devoted to the Administration 
and Faculty who give academic standing to the following portion devoted to the students. 
The various campus organizations, composed of students with exceptional scholastic 
abilities, come first. These are followed by the students, ranging from the freshmen, who 
have just begun their academic training, to the graduating seniors, who are now ready to 
make practical application of their academic knowledge. 

These, as a whole, compose the Academic Section. 



STUDENT 

COUNCIL 



The Student Council consists of representatives from 
campus organizations and student elected members. It 
serves a useful variety of campus purposes. Besides its 
duties as a student governing board it serves as a coordi- 
nating center for all the activities of campus organizations. 
It gives an excellent opportunity for the recognition of 
qualities of leadership in the student body. 




BRYSON JONES 
Vice-President 

HELEN MUSCAT 
Secretary 




BURNELL BROWN 
RICHARD BURKE 



RICHARD CIMINO 

CHARLES DeLORME 

THOMAS FORD 



EDWARD KILDAY 

CHARLES MARINO 

GERALD MORRISON 



JOE H. PISTORIUS 
JERRY F. REIDY 
PAUL THIERRY 



ALPHA SIGMA Nil 




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BURNELL BROWN 

ALPHA SIGMA NU . . . 

A society organized to honor stu- 
dents of Jesuit Universities and Col- 
leges who have distinguished them- 
selves in scholarship, loyalty and 
service to the College; to promote 
all the various activities of the Col- 
lege and all laudable activities of 
the students and the student organ- 
izations; to band together those 
alumni who most fully understand 
and appreciate the ideals of a 
Jesuit education and to impress 
these ideals upon their fellow men. 




EUGENE WOODS 




SAMUEL ELLZEY 
President 











JOHN PERRY 



NEAL WILLEMSE 



CATHERINE HEPBURN 



WHO'S 



MICHAEL ZOGHBY 



BURNELL BROWN 




GEORGE McGINN 



THOMAS LEE 



EUGENE WOODS 



Fourteen persons were chosen this yeor to represent Spring Hill's contribution to the 
nationally published WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 
These persons were chosen on their scholastic merit and participation in extracurricular 
activities. 





The Beta Beta Beta fraternity was established here in 1922 when the 
Beta Alpha chapter was chartered. Its moderator is the Rev. P. H. 
Yancey, S. 'J. Tri Beta strives to cultivate an active interest among i+s 
members in medical and biological research. Besides bi-monthly 
meetings the chapter hears frequent lectures from biological and med- 
ical authorities. Tri Beta is also known for its annual fruitless fishing 
trip. However, this year their piscatorial efforts were rewarded by 
a large mess of fish. 



BURNELL BROWN 
President 

PATRICK BUCKLEY 
Vice-President 



FRANKLIN MASSARI 
Secretary 

RAYMOND SMITH 
Historian 



BETA BETA BETA 




Robert Cazayoux 

John Cranton 
Raymond Gasser 



William Heintz 

Raymond Joseph 

Emmett Kelly 



Thomas Kiernan 
Herbert Kinsey 
Jack Manley 



Peter Mule 
Vincent Palermo 
Barbara Patrick 



Raymond Perez 

Dominic Reina 

John Taylor 




Clayton Mosely 

Vincent DeFatta 

Troy Ellis 



Joseph Garvin 

Joan Castro 
Valsin Brousse 



James Wendell 

Virginia James 
Francine Home 



Lillian Morck 

Marion Matthews 

John Sardisco 



Fenwick Walsh 

William Scheffer 

Travis Owen 

James Norris 




AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 





JERRY MORRISON 
President 

EftGAR HARRIS 
Secretary 



BRUCE HELMLY 
Vice-President 

OTIS MITCHUM 
Treasurer 



An outgrowth of the old Chemical Club, the Ameri- 
can Chemical Society is a three year old new-comer to the 
Hill campus. The general aim of the Society is to foster 
interest in the science of Chemistry. It has gained the 
esteem of regional high schools by serving as an annual 
host to visiting high school chemistry classes. The society 
itself makes field trips to various chemical plants in the 
Mobile area. 




FRESHMEN OFFICERS 




BRIAN DALY 
Treasurer 



TOM SCHULTE 
Vice-President 



JOANNE OSINSKI 
Secretary 



RICHARD BURKE 
President 





Edward Ahr 
Lila Arnold 



Raymond Anders 
D. R. Atkinson 



Charles Archer 
Thomas Bobin 



FRESH MEAL BITES THE DUST. 



FRESHMEN 



Harold Bahlinger 
Charles Baxter 



James Bailey 
William Behrens 



Jerry Barenti 
Clinton Black 



Robert Barnes 
George Black 



Joseph Barry 
J. Patrick Boney 



William Barthes 
John Braultt 




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Grace Brock 
Dick Burke 



Joseph Brown 
Jim Burke 



Kathryn Bufkin 
John Busey 



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QUICK, A CASE OF DIAL SOAP! 



FRESHMEN 



DON'T BEAT THE HEAT, BEAT THE DRUM. 



John Campbell 
Eddie Cardosi 



R. Campbell 
Audrey Carey 







HOW'S THE FORM, DICK? 



W. B. Carney 
Robert Coggeshall 



John Chadwick 
John Copeland 



Warren Colson 
John Corso 



FRESHMEN 



Kevin Costello 
Robert Coyle 



John Courtney 
William Crabtree 



Thomas Courtney 
Gilbert Craft 



THE GARDEN CLUB. 




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Hugh Curtis 



Brian Daly 
Johnny Davis 



Frank D'Avanzo 
Mickey Dawson 



FRESHMEN SIGN DEATH WARRANT 



F R E S H M E I 



Charles DeBeau 



William Delano 



Paul Doiron 



Ed Dorgan 



William Downes 




Maurice Duquesnay 



Yvonne Duke 



Bernard Durbin 



Andrew Edwards 



John Fahey 



Samuel Comly 





MRS. BARES ANNUAL SMOKED TURKEY PICNIC 



Diaz C. Falcon 
Philip Frank 



Stephen Filipich 
Carolyn Gideon 



James Fisher 
Walter Gill Jr. 



FRESHMEN 



Joe Gordon 



Michael Grogan 



William Hagen 



Rex Hammock 



Edward Hargadon 




Robert Harkins 



Patrick Harte 



Robert Hawdins 



Paul Hellinghausen 



Larry Hilbert 





DID HE BUY ONE? 



George Hodges 
Robert Jackson 



Frank Hughes 
Edward Jones 



Clifford Jackson 



FRESHMEN 



W. R. Jones 
Carl J. Kelly 



Charles Kacir 
William D. Kelly 



Eleanore Karagan 
Richard Kimmerly 



NO CAPTION; I'M TIRED. 







Hugh Kemp 
Ethel Kordamenos 



Dan J. King 
George Kuntz 



Gene Kolodziej 
Richard Lamm 



YOU SHOCK EM AND YOU BREAK EM AND YOU OH MAN. 



FRESHMEN 



SKEETER CAN FLY 



Geo. Leatherbury 
Michael Lemoine 



W. Leatherwood 
L. G. Lightsey 





Joe Leckick 
Stephen Lignos 



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R. Frank Locknar 
Martin Long 



Charles Logan 
Bernard McCann 



William Logan 
Wilston McCleery 



BADGERS SPEAK BEFORE PEP-RALLY GROUP 



FRESHMEN 



NO, NO, I CAN'T GIVE, I HAVE NIGHT-MARES 



Patricia McDonoi^gh 
Tom I. McKinstry 



Thomas McGrath 
Dennis Mahoney 



Michael McKeen 
George Mallard 







CADDY, COM'ERE. 



Edward Martz 
Victor Meaut 



Charles Mason 
Frank Mele 



Louis Mathews 
Johnny Miller 



FRESHMEN 



Lillian Morck 
Richard Morris 



William Morgan 
Tom Muckler 



Gerald Morris 
Michael Murphy 



THE AGONIZING LIFE OF CHEMISTRY MAJORS. 






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William Nixon 
Joanne Osinski 



James Norris 
Travis Owen 



Richard Oen 
Ernesf Park 



PLEASE RETURN THE COKE BOTTLE. 



FRESHMEN 



Charles Patronas 



Fred Perlitz 



Smith Pickett 



Ray Pisa rich 



Kenneth Plunkett 




George Powell 



Gerald Powell 



Richard Rasberry 



Sylvia Reed 




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A TRIBE OF BADGERS. 



Marcel Remson 
George Rodgers 



Charles Ridley 
James Rodriguez 



Wilfiam Roberts 
Julia Roe 



FRESHMEN 



James Rucker 



Thomas Ryan 



John Sahal 



Henry Scanlon 



William Scanlon 




Charles Scheffer 



James Schulte 



Tom Schult 



Jeannine Seuzeneau 





Mike Shershin 
Mary Sheehy 



Michael Shine 
Donald Smith 



Richard Sibley 
John Soule 



SINGING IN THE RAIN. 



FRESHMEN 



George Stepanek 
Robert Tanner 



John Stevens 
Joseph Teague 



Faye Stewart 
Dudley Terrell 



James Stanley 
Lois Terrell 



George Steger 
Melva Thompson 



John Quinlivan 
Joanna Torbert 






IN MEMORIAM 
John Hean 



Ofto Vanoni 
Fenwick Walsh 



Norman Vetter 
Helen Ward 



James Walker 
Shirley Watford 



F R E S H M E I 



Tom Wedemeyer 
Diane Wilson 



William Werneth 
Elizabeth Wilson 



William Whitmire 
Thomas Wertz 



Ruth Wilburn 
Eugene Wright 



Joseph Wilkinson 
Charles Young 



William Williams 
Robert Young 





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SOPHOMORE OFFICERS 



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AUSTIN ORENDROFF 
Vice-President 



JOSEPH PISTORIUS 
President 



MARCELLE COWAN 
Secretary 



JERRY CASEY 
Treasurer 







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Thomas Adams 
John Arata 



Richard Airey 
Jeff Arnold 



James Alfred 
David Azar 



EXAMS ARE HERE AGAIN 



SOPHOMORES 



George Azar 


John Bergen 


James Boland 


Bill Boos 


Donald Bordelon 


Robert Boudreaux 


Mary Breaux 


Owen Brennan 


Joe Broussard 


Valsin Brousse 


Louis Bussolati 


George Callaghan 






Sal Cangemi 
Robert Carter 



Ruth Carberry 
Jerry Casey 



James Carlisle 
Joan Castro 



A LOOK OF DISTINCTION 



SOPHOMORES 



USE SOMETHING ELSE, THAT NAME IS TOO LONG 



Arthur Clark 
Marcelle Cowan 



Robert Colbert 
Felix Cowsert 



William Cooper 
William Crutcher 







CHOW HALL BOOK SHELF. 



Walter Darring 
George Dyson 



Jan Doiron 
Byron Falgout 



Edward Dowd 
Inge Finch 



SOPHOMORES 



Thomas Ford 
Raymond Gasser 



Jimmy Garner 
Ann Gatti 



Joe Garvin 
Mary Frances Gideon 



GETTING OUT THE STUDENT DIRECTORY. 







Tom Gordon 
Robert Halpin 



Ralph Griffin 
Morris Hamilton 



Joseph Guillory 
Gary Harben 



WATCH IT, HE'S LOOKING 



SOPHOMORES 



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Micheal Harbin 



Jerry Hare 



William Harty 



Jim Hasser 



Joseph Herbert 





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William Heintz 



Gerald Hesse 



Lorenza Hi 1 



Francine Home 



Walter Hovell 





JUST DOWN THE TRAIL. 



John Hurley 
John Jones 



Virginia James 
Joseph Jongebloed 



Mike Johnson 
Merwe Jordan 



SOPHOMORES 



Charles Joseph 



Raymond Joseph 



James J. Kelly 
(Chicago) 



James J. Kelly 
(Mobile) 



E. J. Kilday 




Oliver J. Latour 



John Leacy 



Joseph Leavitt 



Delores Lee 



Gerald Lockie 





NEW CADDY HOUSE 



Mary Loomis 
John McCarthy 



John Luedtke 
Wilson McCrary 



J. C. McAleer 
leo MacDonald 



SOPHOMORES 



Robert McDonald 
Jack Manley 



James McGuire 
Charles Marino 



Joseph Maiorino 
James Marzano 



FLIRTI 





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Marion Mathews 
Walter Mullady 



Charles Mosmiller 
Thomas Muller 



Peter Mule 
Jerry Mullin 



STILL A FREE COUNTRY? 



SOPHOMORES 



LITTLE OLE SOUTHERN BELLES 



Helen Muscat 
Ellen Olivier 



Herman Neese 
Richard O'Neill 



Jackson Norton 
Buddy Orendorff 







Joe Parisy 
Joe Pistorius 



Barbara Partick 
Francis Poole 



Victor Perez 
Murray Perlman 



BIG AS LIFE 



SOPHOMORES 



Patsy Rasp 
John Ryan 



Gene Ridell 
John Sanroma 



Domenick Reina 
John Sardisco 



Bill Roberts 
Donald Savery 



Phillip Rueff 
Robert Schell 



Harold Russell 
Lattie Sexton 






THAT EAGER INTELLIGENT LOOK 



William Shapiro 
Cliff Smith 



John Shea 
Shelby St. Martin 



Estorge Sibille 
Nick Stavrakos 



SOPHOMORES 



Betty Tarlton 


Richard Thierry 


Mary Catherine Vella 


Tom Waddell 


James Wendell 


William S. Williams 


Richard Williamson 


Jimmy Wilson 


Wilkie Wright 


Sam Wright 


Louis Zeller 


Guy Zoghby 





JUNIOR OFFICERS 




FRED SWEENEY 
Treasurer 



BRYSON JONES 
President 



MARY ELLEN PITTROFF 
Secretary 



HENRY FLAUTT 
Vice-President 





Don Allen 
Frank Barzizza 



Joe Anello 
Rosemary Buckley 



Jose Baretto 
Joe Burch 



THE TORCH MAY GET OUT 



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Barron Burke 
James Cunning 



Dennis Butterfield 
Yvonne Dacovich 



Robert Cazayoux 
Doug Daniels 



James Chambers 
William Danne 



Tom Christie 
James Davis 



Larry Cuevas 
Vince DeFatta 






Joan Dobbin 
Peggy Fagan 



Mary Frances Donnelly 
Henry Flautt 



Charles Edmiston 
Alex Fox 



WINSTON, LET'S GO HUNT JESUITS 



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TORCH STAFF SLAVES 



Howell Gibbons 
Mike Halpin 



Vince Gorham 
Edgar Harris 



C. H. Gunthrope 
Bruce Helmly 









A PROPERLY DECORATED BICYCLE. 



Theodore Henlfen 
Bryson Jones 



Catherine Hepburn 
John Kerrigan 



Glen Hogan 
Pete Kinnally 



JUNIORS 



Herbert Kinsey 
Thomas Landry 



George Koehler 
Joseph Linder 



Milton Kringel 
William Livingston 



YOU MEAN, THAT'S THE WAY IT REALLY WORKSI 







Jerry Lynch 
Happy Mahfouz 



Mary McKinney 
James Malsch 



Charles McKinnon 
Alex Mansur 



COLLEGE SANDWICH SHOP FAVORITES 



JUNIORS 



Ruben Mansur 



Frank Massari 



John Matthews 



Jossy Mansur 



Mary Minor 




Archie Mitchell 



James Mitchell 



Otis Mitchum 



James Moody 



Jerry Morrison 



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COFFEE'S PERKING 



Clinton Mosley 
Tom Newell 



Barry Mouton 
Charles Nobles 



Paul Muller 
John Nolan 



JUNIORS 



Edwin O'Neal 



William Parnell 



Vince Palermo 



David Partridge 



Roberta Pearson 




Pat Peresich 



Louis Petjje 



Edwin Pierce 



John Pierce 



Mary Ellen Pitroff 





Ronald Pompeii 
Jerry Reidy 



June Quinlivan 
William Rein 



Jack Regan 
Santiago Riascos 



I TELL THE FUNNIEST JOKES 



JUNIORS 



FR. GOETZ, "I'M LATE". 



Dave Ring 
Vincent Sarra 



Francisco Rodriguez 
James Schwing 



James Russ 







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TAKE IT FROM ME, THIS MODERN ART IS REALLY COOL. 



Henry Shannon 
Fred Sweeney 



William Shea 
Walter Sweeney 



Richard Smith 
John Taylor 



JUNIORS 



William Tonsmeire 
Lester Wheeler 



John Wade 
Dick Whittington 



Richard Walther 



JUST LIKE MOTHER 






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GRADUATES OF 1954 




Secretary 

MARY CATHERINE LEACY 

B.S., Sociology 





President 

RICHARD D. CIMINO 

B.S., Sociology 




Vice-President 

WILLIAM B. LAFFITEAU 

B.S., Sociology 




Treasurer 

ROY L. BUBB 

B.S., Economics 





John Leer Ardoin 
B.S., English 



Gerald Joseph Blackburn 

B.S.C., Business Administration 





Harry Lee Best 

B.S.C., Business Administration 



Frank E. Boiling 
B.S., History 



Col. Moore, in leaving Spring Hill for German/, takes a last look at his graduating class. 




Milton Joseph Boiling III 
B.S., History 



Thomas E. Brennan 
B.S., English 



Brennan's glad he made it. 




Fr. Eisele models cap and gown. 





! I' James Clinton Breadus 

B.S.C., Accounting 



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Burnell Roland Brown 
B.S., Biology 



John Carwie 
B.S., Biology 



William Carol Coomes 
B.S.C., Accounting 







Patrick Timothy Buckley, Jr. T , ^ , .. T . c ■ „ ... , ,, „ , _ . e ,.. u D ... 

' ' The Detroit Tigers Frank Boiling and the Boston Red Sox Milt Boiling. 

B.S., Biology 



Tardy, senior Springhillian editor, and family. 




John Patrick Callan 
B.S., History 



Bernie Mulherin and $100 for economics essay. 





Charles Theodore DeLorme 
B.S.C., Business Administration 



Norman Anthony Duffy 
B.S., English 



James Francis Donovan 
B.S.C., Economics 



Alvin Cantey Ellis 
B.S., English 



Heggeman and family. 




Samuel Edward Ellzey 
B.S., Chemistry 



The Jennings Family 






Who got the diploma? 





John Louis Ernst 
B. S. History 








Garrett Bernard Farrel 
B.S.C., Economics 




Robert Gonzales 

B.SG., General Business 



Jean Louis Gouin 
B.S., History 



Robert Graham 

B.S.C., General Business 



Bernard Heggeman 
B.S., English 



Those are our boys. 



Edgar Leon Graham 
B.S.C., General Business 




Nite schoolers Faye Yeager and Margaret Reinhart 





Tyrone Power Markwalter and Burt Lancaster Scott. 





James Edward Higgins 
B.S., English 



Gayford L. Hinton 
B.S.C., Accounting 



Philip Patrick Jennings 
B.S., English 



Morris Jackson Johnson 
B.S.C., Accounting 




Emmett John Kelly 
B.S., Biology 



Mrs. John Ernst gets diploma for herself and for John in absentia. 




John Murray and family. 




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Carwie Caravan 



Thomas Joseph Kiernan 
B.S., Biology 






James Klepac 

B.S.C., General Business 



James M. Knight 
B.S., Physics 



Thomas Potts Lee 
B.S., English 



Philip Henry Leighton 
B.S., English 





Charles Milton Kokes 

B.S.C., Business Administration 






Patrick T. Buckley, Jr., Alumni Summer Research 
Scholarship in Biology. 



Stephen Charles Kovacs, Jr. 
B.S., History 



Seniors face the cameras 



Bob Mulcahy and family 





Carlos Gonzales Linares 
B.S.C., Business Adm. 



Frank L. Lynam 

B.S.C., Accounting 




Michael Lubel 

B.S.C., General Business 



Robert John MacDonald 
B.S.C, Business Adm. 



George Peters McGinn 
B.S.C, General Business 



Gayford L. Hinton, Jr., Distinguished Student in 
Accounting Award. 



James F. Donovan, Allen Medal (Excellence in 
Deportment). 

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Jossy Mehsen Mansur 
B.S.C, Business Adm. 



Neal Willemse, Certificate of Leadership 
Achievement. 



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Ruben Damian Mansur 
B.S.C. Business Adm. 



Matt Rice, Service Cup Winner, Richard P. 
Cimino, Married day after graduation, in College 
Chapel. 




John Sheehen Markwalter 
B.S.C, Business Adm. 



lola Shreve Hazel, Faulk Medal, Honors in 
B.S.C. 




Robert Joseph Mulcahy 
B.S.C. Business Adm. 



William F. Egan, Large Medal (Excellence in 
Accounting). 



Bernard Joseph Mulherin 
B.S.C, Economics 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Louis Tonsmeire, Merill Medal 
(Best English Paper); James M. Knight, $25 Se- 
curity Bond (Best Science Student); Michael 
Zoghby, Valedictorian; Robert E. Woods, Toolen 
Medal (Highest Scholastic Average). 




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Raymond I. Smith, Stewart Medal, Best Biology 
Paper. "See Page 84." 



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Jack Manley, Sophomore Mastin Medal (Best 
Chemistry Paper). 




John William Murray 
B.S., Philosophy 



John A. O'Connor 
B.S.C., Commerce 



Roberto C. Lopez Pereira 
B.S.C., General Business 



Ralph John Perry 
B.S., Sociology 










Dale Hogan, Junior Class. Hutchison Medal, for 
Best Thesis in Philosophy. 





George H. Pierce 
B.S.C., Retailing 



•Margaret Reinhart 

B.S., Secretarial Science 




Charles S. Powell 
B.S., History 



Ernest S. !n,y 

B.S.C., Business Adm. 



Walter Winston Powell 
B.S., Sociology 



John Courtney, Freshman. Walsh Memorial 
Medal for Excellence in Oratory. 





John Pierce, Joseph Block Memorial Medal 
for Music and Citation for outstanding perform- 
ance in Junior R.O.T.C. 



Patrick F. Harte, Freshman Cup. 





Richard Joseph Reilly 
B.S., English 



William. Andrew Scott 
B.S.C., Business Adm. 





Frank Ripoli 

B.S.C., Business Adm. 



Marvin T. Scott 

B.S., Political Science 



David Earl Leurck 

B.S.C., Business Administration 



James T. Sheehan 
B.S.C., Business Adm. 




John M. Shoulders 
B.S.C., Business Adm. 



Raymond Ignatius Smith 
B.S., Biology 







Edward J. Sonhalter 
B.S.C., General Business 



Thomas R. Tardy 
B.S.C., Commerce 



David S. Thomas 
B.S.C., Economics 



Francis George Vasser 
B.S., Physics 



Patricia Lou Vincent 
B.S., History 



James Walsh 
B.S., History 





Louis Edward Tonsmeire 
B.S. History 



Francis Xavier Walter 
B.S., English 





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Cornelius William Willemse 
B.S., Retailing 



Luis M. Williams 
B.S.C., Accounting 



Robert Eugene Woods 
B.S., English 



Emmett Wright 

B.S.C., General Business 



Faye Loraine Yeager 
B.S.C., Accounting 



Michael E. Zoghby 
B.S.C., Accounting 



Eldridge E. Griswold 
B.S.C., Accounting 




Perry L. Waters 
B.S., Biology 





- FIRST ROW; F. Yeager, R. Gonzalez, I Hmel,E. Irby, R. Smith, G. Hinton, M. Zoghby, J. Knight, B. #rown, L Tonsme.re, 
N Duffey, D. Thdmas . . . SECOND ROW: J." Grace, W. Coomes, W. Egan, M. Scoff,, M. Johnson, J, Scolders, J. Broadus, E. 
Gilbert, J. Carwie, G. Farrell . . . THIRD ROW: R. Lopez, F. Lynam, E. Wright, F. Vasser, R. Graham, R. Tardy, J. Manjur C, G. 
Linares, T. Delorme, J. O'Connor . . . FOURTH ROW: E. Griswold, M. Reinhart, G. Pierce, W. McAleer, S. Elzey, R. MacDonald, 
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FIRST ROWs R. Cimino, R. Woods,. F. X. Walter,, J. Ardoin, T. Lee, P. Leighton, J. Donovan, B. Heggeman, T. Brennan, 
I. Kiernan, W. Lafitteau . . . SECOND ROW: A.JIlis, P. Jennings, R. Bubb, W. Powell, J. Callan, J. Walsh, N. Willemse, J. 
Gouin, F. Ripoli, J. Murray , . . THIRD ROW: B. Mulkeriri, J. Higgins, J. Markwalter, W. Scott, H. Best, I. Williams, Mrs. John 
Ernst, J. Sheeha%>. . FOURTH ROW: C. Kokes, R. Deilly, P. Buckley, Patricia Vincent, Rubin Mansur, C. Powell, J. Perry: 








Through the Arch 



In Old Quadrangle 





Very Rev. Fr. Smith and Rt. Rev. Bede Luebel, O.S.B. 



Baccalaureate Sermon 



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Group leaving Chapel 



Commencement Day Begins. 





Speaker of the Day, Edward F. Barry. 



Very Reverend Father Smith, President of the College. 




Conferring of degrees. 



Valedictorian Michael Zoghby. 





The Flags Lead the Graduates, 



The' Line Into The Future 






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Senior Dance at Mobile Country Club. 




Maj. and Mrs. Griswold 



Mr. & Mrs. John Vincent 



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Undergraduates able and unable. 





Harry Best and Joanne Osinski 




Cadet Col. Robt. MacDonald and Joan 
(winner of Outstanding Cadet Award) 








SAM BETTY PRESENTING "OUTSTANDING ATHLETE AWARD" TO DON STAINBROOK. 

HIIMI1 HSOCHTIOS 

The Mobile Alumni Association has taken 
an increasing interest in Spring Hill this year. 
Their efforts have been fruitful in helping obtain 
$40,000 for the Endowment Fund. 

Officers of the Mobile Alumni: 

MARSHALL DeMOUY President 

FRANK LOTT 1st Vice-President 

JOHN HARWOOD 2nd Vice-President 

EMILE ZOGHBY Secretary 

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Fr. Dan and and regraduates of '04 
J. Espalla, A. F. Guili, W. Fossier, P. Norville. Not in picture but regraduated, W. Staehle. 





ANNUAL ALUMNI BANQUET 
SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO! 




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ADDISON, FRED W. 

351 B. Marengo St., Chickasaw, Ala. 

AHR, EDWARD 

411 Twelfth N.W., Albuquerque, N. M. 

AIREY, RICHARD M. 

1814 Park, Beaumont, Texas 

ALEXANDER, JAMES R. 

1814 New Conti St., Mobile, Ala. 

ALLEN, DONALD L. 

244 W. Second St., Pass Christian, Miss. 

ALFRED, JAMES JOURDAN 

1011 E. Jackson St., Pensacola, Flo. 

ANDERS, ERIC RAYMOND 

533 S. Biscayne River Dr., Miami, Fla. 

ANELLO, JOSEPH P. 

1805 San Marco Place, Jacksonville, Fla. 

ANTHONY, CHARLES H. 

7 Timothy St., Mobile, Ala. 

ARATA, JOHN J. 

1 10 N. Ann St., Mobile, Ala. 

ARCHER, JOHN CHARLES 

Theodore, Alabama 

ARDOIN, JOHN L. 

451 Park Ave., Eunice, La. 

ARNOLD, DANIEL J. 

158 Louiselle St., Mobile, Alabama 

ARNOLD, LILA NELL 

Pascagoula, Miss. 

ATKINSON, DANIEL RAMSEY 

3349 Perkins Rd„ Baton Rouge, La. 

ATWELL, JUANITA 

1454 Dauphin St., Mobile, Alabama 

AZAR, GALEN DAVID 

936 Richland Ave., Baton Rouge, La. 

AZAR, GEORGE BERNARD 

116 S. Bainbridge St., Montgomery, Ala. 

BABIN, THOMAS WINBOURNE 

5925 Goodwood Ave., Baton Rouge, La. 

BAGGETTE, ALBERTA 

1677 Warbler Dr., Mobile, Alabama 

BAHLINGER, HAROLD I. 

3069 Edward Ave., Baton Rouge, La. 

BAILEY, JAMES CARROLL 

805 Springhill Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

BAISDEN, RALPH L. 

322 E. Romano St., Pensacola, Fla. 

BANKESTER, HENRY L. 

1660 Warbler Dr., Mobile, Alabama 

BARENTI, JERRY COHEN 

71 Glenwood, Mobile, Alabama 

BARNES, JOHN J. 

552 Glenwood, Mobile, Alabama 

BARNES, ROBERT ALAN 

3318 Perry Ave., New York, N. Y. 

BARRETO, JOSE M. LIMA 

Senador Paula 759 sobral, Ceara, Brazil 

BARRY, ROBERT JOSEPH 

701 Meriam, Plaquemine, La. 

BARTHES, WILLIAM FELIX 

158 So. Jackson St., Mobile, Alabama 

BARTON, CHARLES L. 

Citronelle, Ala. 

BARZIZZA, FRANK J. 

1946 Jackson St., Memphis, Tenn. 

BAXTER, CHARLES WESLEY 

238 Patton Ave., Shreveport, La. 

BEHRENS, GUILLERMO 

1207 State St., New Orleans, La. 

BELL, BILLY LEON 

1911 Old Government St.. Mobile, Ala. 

BEMIS, JOSEPH DEVERAUX 

656 Magnolia Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

BERGEN, JOHN DAVID 

1220 Westment Rd. S. W., Atlanta, Ga. 

BEST, HARRY L., JR. 

1840 Ohio Ave., Augusta, Ga 

BILLUPS, MRS. MARY 

15 Bienville Ave.. Mobile, Alabama 

BINET, CAROL ANN 

2256 Old Gpvernment St., Mobile, Alq, 



BLACK, CLINTON HOPE 

313 McDonald Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

BLACK, GEORGE W., Ill 

310 S. Ann St., Mobile, Ala. 

BLACKBURN, GERALD J. 

1734 W. 83rd St., Chicago, III. 

BLACKWELL, JEWELL H. 

1260 Texas St., Mobile, Ala. 

BODIFORD, JAMES LENARD 

BOLAND, JAMES R. 

306 Green St., Augusta, Ga. 

BOLLING, FRANK 

556 Tuttle Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

BOLLING, MILTON J., Ill 

556 Tuttle Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

BOLTON, JOSEPH M. 

1 1 1 Gilbert St., Mobile, Ala. 

BONEY, JOSEPH PATRICK 

BOOS, WILFRED, JR. 

1447 Ronald Dr., Webster Groves, Mo. 

BORDELON, DONALD E. 

162 Market, Opelousas, La. 

BORDEN, ATWOOD N. 

549 Williams St., Mobile, Ala. 

BOSARGE, FLORENCE 

303 Clark St., Prichard, Ala. 

BOUDREAUX, ROBERT J., JR. 

Grand Caillan Rt., Houma, La. 

BRABNER, BETTY F. 

804 Kentucky St., Mobile, Ala. 

BRABNER, REYNOLDS 

1962 Calmes St., Mobile, Ala. 

BRADY, EDWARD G., JR. 

257 St. Emanuel St., Mobile, Ala. 

BRADY, SARA NAPIER 

262 Morgan Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

BRASELL, VICTORIA D. 

123 Westwood St., Mobile, Ala. 

BRAULT, JOHN DAVID 

1232 N. Mayfield Chicago, III. 

BREAUX, MARY C. 

1363 Government St., Mobile, Ala. 

BRENNAN, THOMAS E., JR. 

3548 N. Hackett, Milwaukee, Wise. 

BRENNAN, OWEN E. 

6539 W. End Blvd., New Orleans, La. 

BROADUS, JAMES C. 

2713 Fillingham St., Mobile, Ala. 

BROCATO, VINCENT J., JR. 

P. O. Box 509 Clarksdale, Miss. 

BROCK, GRACE ELIZABETH 

100 S. Fulton St.. Mobile, Ala. 

BROOKS, WILLIAM S. 

Rt. 9, Box 414, Snring Hill, Ala. 

BROUSSARD, JOE E. 

1800 Pecos St., Beaumont, Texas 

BROUSSE, VALSIN L. 

La Salle Terrace, Chalmette, La. 

BROWN BURNELL R., JR. 

2217 S. Ewinq St., Dallas, Tex. 

BROWN, KATIE I. 

Theodore, Ala. 

BROWN, JOSEPH 

308 Glenwood St., Mobile, Ala. 

BROWN, MRS. J. R. 

1457 Monroe St., Mobile, Ala. 

BROWN, RUTH 

3 Oriole Dr., Spring Hill, Ala. 

BRUCE, NORMA B. 

573 Williams St., Mobile, Ala. 

BUBB, ROY L. 

2917 Forest Park Dr., Charlotte, N. C. 

BUCKLEY, PATRICK T., JR. 

800 N. President St., Jackson Miss. 

BUCKLEY, ROSEMARY 

1429 S. Ann St.. Mobile, Ala. 

BUFKIN, KATHRYN L. 

1301 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

BIIFORD, CHARLES 

273 N. Jefferson St., Mobile, Ala. 

BUNKLEY, FRANK K., JR. 

32 W. Pinewood Cr., Spring Hill, Ala. 

BURKE, BARRON C. 

417 E, Taylor St., Sgvgnngh, Ga, 



BURKE, JAMES J. 

5933 S. Fairfield, Chicago, III. 

BURKE, LUCILE 

154 DeSales Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

BURKE, RICHARD A. 

215 S. Locust, Janesville, Wise. 

BURCH, JOSEPH B., Ill 

206 Dilston, Spring Hill, Ala. 

BURNETT, WILLIAM G. 

408 S. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla. 

BUSEY, JOHN F. 

V. A. Hospital, Jackson, Miss. 

BUSSOLATI LOUIS P., JR. 

2315 23rd Ave., Gulfport, Miss. 

BUTTERFIELD, DENNIS O. 

321 Oak St., Glen Ellyn, III. 

BYRNE, DONALD J. 

34 Sleepy Lane, Hicksville, N. Y. 

CALAMETTI, JOHN A., JR. 

960 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

CALLAGHAN, GEORGE R. 

9515 S. Leavitt, St., Chicago, III. 

CALLAN, JOHN P. 

7443 Merrill Ave., Chicago, III. 

CAMPBELL, ANNA A. 

1409 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

CAMPBELL, FRANCIS RONALD 

755 Jemison St., Mobile, Ala. 

CAMPBELL JOHN DOMINIC 

44 Hathaway Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

CAMPBELL, PATRICK JOSEPH 

570 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

CANGEMI, SALVADOR JOACHIM 

532 Green St., Thibodaux, La. 

CANNON, FRED HAROLD 

318 Third St., Chickasaw, Ala. 

CARBERRY, RUTH C. 

14 Cardinal Dr., Spring Hill, Ala. 
CARDOSE, EDDIE, JR. 

2471 Park Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 

CAREY, AUDREY 
. 951 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. 

CARLISLE, JAMES T. 

132 Seminole Ave., Palm Beach, Fla. 

CARLSON, ROBERT J. 

2748 W. 83rd St., Chicago, III. 

CARNEY, WILLIAM B., JR. 

411-A Crenshaw St., Mobile, Ala. 

CARTER, ROBERT L. 

13 2nd Ave., Prichard, Ala. 

CARWIE, JOHN 

1507 Monroe St., Mobile, Ala. 

CASEY, JERRY P. 

6654 General Diaz St, New Orleans, Lo 

CASTRO, JOAN A. 

3050 Fendley Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

CAZAYOUX, ROBERT 

2109 Perkins Rd., Baton Rouge, La. 

CHADWICK, JOHN R. 

914 La Bauve Ave., Plaquemine, La. 

CHAMBERS, JAMES P. 

2107 Renrock Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 

CHAMPLIN, MRS. W. K. 

3256 Stein St., Mobile, Ala. 

CHAPPELLE, LEWIS CALVIN, JR. 

CHRISTIE, THOMAS P. 

323 E. Romano, Pensacola, Fla. 

CIMINO, RICHARD D. 

919 23rd Ave., Tampa, Fla. 

CLARK, ARTHUR A. 

14321 Memorial Hwy. N., Miami, Fla. 

CLARK, GEORGE A. 

1506 Brown St., Mobile, Ala. 

COGGESHALL, R. J. 

N. 7th St., Rochelle, III. 

COLBERT, R. S. 

442 Mosby St., Memphis, Tenn. 

COLSON, WARREN J. 

1720 Oak Dr., Augusta, Ga. 

COMLY SAMUEL P. Ill 

2050 Springhill Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

COOMES, WILLIAM 

1202 Breckenridge St., Qwensboro, Ky. 



STUDENT DIRECTORY (cont.) 



COOPER, W. E. 

258 Georgia Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

COPELAND, JOHN L. 

P. O. Box 222, Demopolis, Ala. 

CORSO, JAMES C. 

11)7 West Bayview, Biloxi, Miss. 

COSTELLO, KEVIN F. 

1633 S. 48th Ct., Cicero, III. 

COURTNEY, JOHN A. 

247 Tuthill Lane, Spring Hill, Ala. 

COURTNEY, T. F. 

201 S. Lackwood, Chicago, III. 

COWAN, MARCEUE M. 

1055 Government St., Mobile, Ala. 

COWSERT, FELIX E., JR. 

445 Albert Ave., Shreveport, La. 

COYLE, ROBERT D. 

2308 Octavia, New Orleans, La. 

COX, IOYD G. 

612 Westwood St., Mobile, Ala. 

CRABTREE, WILLIAM N. 

156 Madison St., Mobile, Ala. 

CRAFT, GILBERT R. 

Citronelle, Ala. 

CRANTON, JOHN R. 

302 N. Joachim St., Mobile, Ala. 

CRIMINALE, WILLIAM OLIVER, JR. 

959 Cottrell St., Mobile, Ala. 

CRUTCHER, WILLIAM H. 

23 Young St., Selma, Ala. 

CUEVAS, LAWRENCE C. 

723 Beach St., Biloxi, Miss. 

CUNNING, JAMES H. 

1508 W. 86th St., Chicago, III. 

CURTIS, HUGH C. 

972 Country Club Dr., Baton Rouge, La. 

DACOVICH, YVONNE M. 

3740 Cedar Ave., Spring Hill, Ala. 

DALY, BRIAN F. 

2405 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va. 

DANIELS, DOUGLAS 

2209 Dickens Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

DARRING WALTER I., JR. 

859 Washington Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

D'AVANZO, FRANCIS A. 

661 Herdon Ave., Shreveport, La. 

DAVIS, JAMES B. 

41 Oriole Dr., Spring Hill, Ala. 

DAVIS, JOHN N. 

1 1 Van Deuval St., Mobile, Ala. 

DAWSON, MILTON P. 

Englewood, Box 849, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

DE BEAU, CHARLES A. 

644 Coplin, Detroit 15, Michigan 

DeFATTA, Vincent P. 

4113 Union St., Shreveport, La. 

DeLANO, WILLIAM R. 

361 1 Sayre, Chicago, III. 

DeLOACH, WESLEY C. 

2600 Fairway Dr., Mobile, Ala. 

DELORME, CHARLES T., JR. 

303 E. Hall St., Savannah, Ga. 

DENNY, AUBREY EDWARD 

708 Johnston Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

DIAMOND, JAMES 

Rt. 3, Box 362 Mobile, Ala. 

DOBBIN, JOAN 

1 157 Ross St., Mobile, Ala. 

DOIRON, BARBARA J. 

1001 Drehr, Baton Rouge, La. 

DOIRON, PAUL W. 

1271 Florida St., Baton Rouge, La. 

DONOHUE, FRANK J. 

7211 Merrill St., Chicago, III. 

DONNELLY, MARY F. 

56 N. Reed Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

DONOVAN, JAMES F. 

2121 E. 72nd Place, Chicago, III. 

DONOVAN, THOMAS C. 

8955 S. Hoyne St., Chicago, III. 
DORGAN, EDMUND H. 

4322 Manhatten Dr., Jackson, Miss 

DOWD, EDWARD C. 

9654 Longwood, Chicago, III, 



DOWDS, JAMES B. 

132 Hobson, Hot Springs, Ark. 

DOWNES, WILLIAM E., Ill 

152 De Windt Rd., Winnetka, III. 

DRUHAN, SARAH ELLEN 

1912 Hunter Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

DUBROCK, JOHNNY MORRIS 

Robertsdale, Ala. 

DUFFEY, NORMAN A. 

600 W. 144th St., New York, N. Y. 

DUKE, MAURICE Y. 

313 Weinacker Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

DUQUESNAY, MAURINE W., JR. 

5024 Paris Ave., New Orleans, La. 

DURBIN, WILLIAM B. 

Maryland Drive, Bowling Green, Ky. 

DYSON, GEORGE'C, JR. 

505 Morphy Ave., Fairhope, Ala. 

EASTERLING, TILLIS P. 

65 Fourth St., Prichard, Alabama 

ECKHOFF, MONA O. 

951 Selma St., Mobile, Ala.. 

EDMISTON, CHARLES H. 

3127 S. W. 21st St., Miami, Fla. 

EDWARDS, ANDREW W., JR. 

1717 Fern Rd., Lakeland, Fla. 

EGAN, WILLIAM F. 

208-D Chambers St., Prichard, Alabama 

ELLIS, ALVIN C. 

257 Claiborne St., Mobile, Ala. 

ELIZEY, SAMUEL E., JR. 

1 1 1 Marine St., Mobile, Ala. 

ENTREKIN, WALTER E., JR. 

1055 Elmira St., Mobile, Ala. 

ERNEST, SIDNEY W., JR. 

1606 Partridge Dr., Mobile, Alabama. 

ERNST, JOHN 

103 Talbot, Pine Bluff, Ark. 

EWEST, C. JANICE 

Rt. 6, Box 185 Mobile, Ala. 

FAGAN, MARGARET 

15 Buerger Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

FAHEY, JOHN J. 

2660-B Kittyhawk, Mobile, Ala. 

FALCON, DIAZ CASTULO 

Box 915, Aibonito, Puerto Rico 

FARRELL, ANNA L. 

554 Monroe St., Mobile, Ala. 

FARRELL, GARRETT B. 

6430 Second Ave., St Petersburg, Fla. 

FELIS, JOHN D. 

1112 Caroline Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

FILIPICH, STEPHEN A. 

1305 First St., Biloxi, Miss. 

FINCH, RICHARD I. 

956 Old Shell Rd„ Mobile, Ala. 

FINDLEY, JOHN F. 

809 Courtney St., Mobile, Ala. 

FISHER, JAMES E. 

40 Fern St., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

FITZPATRICK, JAMES G. 

2155 Osage St., Mobile, Ala. 

FLANARY THOMAS N. 

581 1 Charlotte, Kansas City, Mo. 

FLAUTT, FRANK H. 

Rt. 1, Sidon, Miss. 

FOBES, RUTH 

9 Oriole Dr., Mobile, Ala. 

FORD, ALICE 

163 S. Georgia Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

FORD, THOMAS A., JR. 

74 N. Reed Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

FOX, ALEX P. 

7030 Delmar, University City, Mo. 

FRANK, PHILIP W. 

318 Milam. Shreveport, La. 

FRITZ, KATHLEEN 

160 N. Joachim St., Mobile, Ala. 

FULLER, JUANITA S. 

251 1 Pleasant Val. Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

FUSSELL, ANNIE 

7 W. Foch St., Prichard, Ala. 

GALLAGHER, MARY S. 

30$ Fourth St„ Mobile, Ala, 



GANDT, RICHARD F. 

1215-C Murray Hill Ct„ Mobile, Ala. 

GARNER, JAMES W. 

804 Baltimore St., Mobile, Ala. 

GARVIN, JOSEPH P. 

1620 S. W. First St., Miami, Fla. 

GASSER, RAYMOND F. 

Route 2, Cullman, Ala. 

GATTI, ANN V. 

3 DeMouy St., Mobile, Ala. 

GATTI, ERNEST ALAN 

3 DeMouy St., Mobile, Alabama 

GAY, JESSIE M. 

1514 N. Railroad, Whistler, Alabama 

GERALD, NORMAN S., JR. 

800 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. 

GERJEBSM, NATUKDAM 

211 W. First St., Biloxi, Miss. 
GIBBONS, CHARLES H. 

1276 Hurtel St., Mobile, Alabama 

GIBBONS, HOWELL E. 

1661 Polk St., Mobile, Ala. 

GIDEON, CAROLYN 

1313 Chamberlain, Mobile, Ala. 

GIDEON, MARY F. 

1313 Chamberlain, Mobile, Ala. 

GILBERT, EDWARD A., JR. 

317 Brentwood Lane, Mobile Ala. 

GILBERT, THOMAS J. 

23 S. Julia St., Mobile, Ala. 

GILL, WALTER R., JR. 

1111 Avon Rd., W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

GINTZ, ERVIN J., 

212 S. 11th St., Belleville, III. 
GLADNEY, CHARLES B. 

Rt. 9, Box 706, Mobile, Ala. 
GLOVER, BARBARA LOUISE 
Box 385, Montrose, Ala. 
GODBOLD, NORMAN J. 
2352 Taylor St. Mobile, Ala. 
GORDON, THOMAS M. 
1306 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. 
GORHAM, VINCENT R. 
202 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth Fla. 
GONZALES, ROBERT 
GOU1N, JEAN L. 
26 Glencoe, Montreal, Canada 
GRACE, JAMES J. 
1674 Warbler Dr., Mobile, Ala. 
GRAHAM, EDGAR L. 
1 1 1 Shady Oak Dr., Mobile, Ala. 
GRAHAM, MALCOLM J. 
1102 O'Donnell St., Mobile, Ala. 
GRAHAM, ROBERT A. 
Bayou La Batre, Alabama 
GREENE, FRENCH 

207 Second St. Chickasaw, Alabama 
GREENSTEIN, STANLEY M. 

1120 Caroline Ave., Mobile, Ala. 
GRIFFIN, RALPH M., JR. 

208 W. Davis Blvd., Tampa, Fla. 
GROGAN, MICHAEL D. 

320 Pierre Mont Rd., Shreveport, La. 

GUILLORY, JOSEPH D., JR. 

400 S. 7th St., Eunice, La. 

GU1LLOT, MAX A., JR. 

6 Japonica Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

GUNN, JOHN R., JR. 

16 Oriole Dr., Mobile, Ala. 

GUNTHROPE, CLARENCE H. 

360 Tuttle Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

GUNTHROPE, REGINA 

902 S. Cedar St., Mobile, Ala. 

HADJADONAKIS, DEMETRIOS 

HAGEN, JOHN F. 

Rt. 3, Box 33-A, Crichton Sta. Mobile, 

Alabama 
HAIRSTON, MARY F. 
1001 Government St., Mobile, Ala. 
HALPIN, MICHAEL J. 
1212 College Ave., E. St. Louis, III. 
HALPIN, ROBERT F. 
1212 College Ave., E. St. Louis, III. 



STUDENT DIRECTORY (cont.) 



HAMILTON, MILTON K. 

1569 Macy Court, Mobile, Ala. 
HAMILTON, MORRIS B., JR. 
Rt. 4, Box 215, Mobile, Ala. 
HAMILTON, RICHARD W. 
266 Pine View Lane, Spring Hill, Ala. 
HAMMACK, REX L. 
Irvington, Alabama 
HANNON, WILLIAM C. 
254 Levert St., Mobile, Alabama 
HANSON, Zolner 

1000 Dauphin St. Mobile, Alabama 
HARBEN, GARY A. 
HARBIN, MICHAEL G. 
130 Hobbie Dr., Montgomery, Ala. 
HARDESTY, JOHN 

Caroline Ave., Post Office, Mobile, Ala. 
HARE, JEREMIAH J. 
9042 Aberdeen St., Chicago, III. 
HARGADON, EDWARD W. 
7900 Martin Ave., W. Palr» Beach, Fla. 
HARKINS, ROBERT W. 
169 Belmont Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 
Harris, Edgar C. 
183 South St., Mobile Ala. 
HARRISON, BETTY J. 
2008 Bragg Ave., Mobile, Alabama 
HARTE, PATRICK F. 
143 Ivy St., Newark, N. J. 
HARTLEY, CARL H. 
157 Thomas Lane, Plateau, Ala. 
HARTY, WILLIAM J. 
606 E. 50th St. Savannah, Ga. 
HAVENS, WILLIAM R. 
1110 Cottrell St., Mobile, Ala. 
HASSER, JAMES L. 
4033 Oregon Ave., St. Louis 18, Mo. 
HAWKINS, ROBERT J. 
116 Elmwood Terrace, Elmhurst, III. 
HAYS, SUSAN M. 
26 S. Lafayette, Mobile, Ala. 
HAZEL, IOLA S. 
1211 Selma St., Mobile, Ala. 
HEAN, JOHN D. 
HERBERT, JOSEPH E. 
526 Locust, Thibodaux, La. 
HEGGEMAN, BERNARD J. 
88 Bellerine Acres, St. Louis 21, Mo. 
HEINTZ, WILLIAM N. 
3614 Jetton Ave., Tampa, Fla. 
HELLINGHAUSEN, PAUL 
443 Albany, Shreveport, La. 
HELMLY R. B. 

820 E. 39th, Savannah, Ga. 
HENDERSON, KENNETH E. 
Rt. 9, Box 335, Mobile, Alabama 
HENKEN, THEODORE F. 
106 W. Tally Court, Mobile, Ala. 
HEPBURN, CATHERINE B. 
Box 1042, Atlanta, Georgia 
HARRINGTON, BARBARA C, MRS. 
569 Surrey Dr., Mobile, Alabama 
HESSE, GERALD L. 
Rt. 1, Foley, Alabama 
HEYEN, JAMES K. 
2411 Oakleigh Dr., Mobile, Ala. 
HICKEY, RICHARD L. 
62 S. Hallett St., Mobile, Ala. 
HIGGINS, JAMES E. 
1925 Main St., Hopkinesville, Ky. 
HILBERT, LAWRENCE B. 
6325 Loyola, New Orleans, La. 
HILL, LORENZA H., JR. 
41 1 W. Desoto St., Pensacola, Fla. 
HINTON GAYFORD L. JR. 
20 Oakland Ave., Mobile, Alabama 
HINTON, JOSALENE E. 
1154 Dauphin St., Mobile, Alabama 
HODGES, GEORGE 

9533 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami 38, Fla. 
HOFFMAN, GEORGE G. 
65 N. Monterey St., Mobile, Ala 
HOGAN, GLENN D. 
1695 Seventh St., Sarasota, Fla, 



HOGGLE, ALVIN C, SR. 

22 E. South Circle, Chickasaw, Ala. 

HOLDEN, VERA D. 

3153 Ralston Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

HOLDER, GAINS A. 

2516 Osage, Mobile, Alabama. 

HOLMES, FRANCES L. 

216 Main St., Prichard, Alabama 

HORNE, ALMA F. 

Atmore, Alabama 

HORNSBY, BETTIE E. 

1306 Dauphin St. Mobile, Alabama 

HOVELL, WALTER L. 

Box 113, Calvert, Alabama 

HUDSON, WILLIAM R. 

202 Grand Blvd., Mobile, Alabama 

HUGHES, FRANK A. 

65 N. Monterey St., Mobile, Alabama 

HUGHES, UNA 

25 S. Julia St., Mobile, Alabama 

HUNT, McGOWAN 

61 Clark, Prichard, Alabama 

HURLEY, JOHN C. 

158 Highland St., Roxbury, Mass. 

HYLAND, VICTORY M. 

800 Parham St., Mobile, Alabama. 

HYNDMAN, ELSA L. 

411 Michigan Ave., Mobile, Alabama 
IRBY, ERNEST S. 

286 Oak Drive, Mobile, Alabama 

JACKSON, CLIFFORD H., JR. 

Theodore, Alabama. 

JACKSON, HARRY J., JR. 

101 Sherwood Dr., Mobile, Ala. 

JACKSON, ROBERT P. 

R.F.D. No. 1, Box 77, Alexandria, La. 

JACKSON, THOMAS K., JR. 

355 Ponelo, Fairhope, Ala. 

JALIS, MICHAEL 

3C8 Holly Dr. , Mobile, Alabama 

JAMES, VIRGINIA 

27.5 Dexter Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

JENNINGS, PHILIP 

Theinsville, Wise. 

JERNIGAN, CLARENCE E. 

7 Clark Street, Prichard, Alabama 

JOHNSON, ALBERT BROWN, JR. 

1808 Brownlee St., Mobile, Ala. 

JOHNSON, CECIL C. 

1268 Hurtel Street, Mobile, Alabama 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH B. 

Rt. 9 Box 484, Mobile, Alabama 

JOHNSON MARTIN J. 

Jackson Heights, Springhill, Alabama 

JOHNSON, MAURICE 

Rt. 9 Box 14, Mobile, Alabama 

JONES, BRYSON, D. 

641 Southfield Rd., Shreveport, La. 

JONES, JOHN V. 

2104 Government Street, Mobile, Ala. 

JONES, JOSEPH E. 

503 Tuttle Avenue, Mobile, Alabama 

JONES, WILLIAM A. 

2104 Government Street, Mobile, Ala. 

JONES, WILLIAM R. 

712 Euclid Avenue, Mobile, Alabama 

JONGEBLOED, JOSEPH B. 

412 S. Fulton Street, Mobile, Ala. 
JORDAN, JOHN V. 
616Westwood Street, Mobile, Ala. 
JORDAN, MERWE 

289 W. Parkway, Mobile, Alabama 

JOSEPH, CHARLES E. 

406 S. Lewis, LaGrange, Ga. 

JOSEPH, EUGENE A. 

214 Miller St., Helena, Ark. 

JOSEPH, RAYMOND F. 

214 Miller St., Helena, Ark 

KACIR, CHARLES J. 

6525 S. W. 2nd St., Miami, Fla. 

KARAGAN, ELEANOR P. 

116 Louiselle St., Mobile, Alabama 

KASTNER, MARIE 

854 Conti Street, Mobile, Alabama 



KASUBA, JOSEPH S. 

1219 Murray Hill Ct., Mobile Ala. 

KEEFE, DONN E. 

363 Greenwood Lane, Mobile, Ala 

KEEVAN, ROBERT 

1411 Windsor Avenue, Mobile, Alabama 

KELLY, CARL J. 

Hughes, Arkansas 

KELLY, EMMET 

Yacht Harbor, Rivera Beach, Fla 

KELLY, FRANCIS A. 

116 Margaret St., Mobile, Alabama 

KELLY, JAMES J. 

2760 Dauphin Street, Mobile, Ala 

KELLY, JAMES J. 

10149 Leavitt St., Chicago, III. 

KELLEY, WILLIAM D. 

P. O. Box 515, Riveria Beach, Fla 

KELLEY, WILLIAM P. 

2719 Emegene Street, Mobile, Ala 

KEMMERLY, RICHARD C. 

736 Lindon, Shreveport, La. 

KEMP, HUGH D. JR. 

35 Hurlbert St., Mobile, Ala. 

KENDALL, AUGUSTUS, JR. 

904 C Green Street, Cksaw., Alabama 

KENNY, ALBERT G. 

460 S. Franklin St., Mobile, Ala. 

KERRIGAN, THOMAS J., JR. 

1114 N. Latrobe, Chicago, III. 

KILDAY, EDWARD J. 

54 N. Julia Street, Mobile, Ala. 
KING, DANIEL J. 

6304 Leonardo, Coral Gables, Fla. 

KINNALLY, WILLIAM 

7112 Merrill Ave., Chicago, III. 

KINSEY, HERBERT P. 

1453 A Street, Mobile, Ala. 

KLEIN, MARY J. 

55 Hillwood Circle, Mobile, Ala. 
KELPAC, JAMES 

Jackson, Alabama 
KNIGHT, JAMES M. 
454 Williams St., Mobile, Alabama 
KOEHLER, GEORGE E. 
Route 2, Jefferson Wise. 
KOKES, CHARLES 
Atkinson, Nebraska 
KOLODZIEJ, EUGENE D. 
54 Wonham St., Clifton, N. J. 
KORDOMENOS, ETHEL P. 
2029 Grant St., Mobile, Alabama 
KOVACS, STEPHEN, JR. 
320 Edmore Rd., W. Palm Beach, Fla. 
KRINGEL, MILTON 

238 Ninth St., W. Palm Beach, Fla. 
KUNTZ, GEORGE R. 
13 Terhune Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 
LAFFITEAU, WILLIAM 
99 Lake Ave., Metairie, La. 
LAGMAN, FRANCES 
105 Margaret St. 
LAMEY, PATRICK J. 
30 Blacklawn PI., Mobile, Alabama 
LAMM, RICHARD C. 

2021 Southwood Rd., Birmingham, Ala. 
LANDRY, THOMAS P. 
2534 Rittiner Dr., Baton Rouge, La. 
LANGAN, THOMAS P. 
J 12 Margaret St., Mobile, Alabama 
LAPIDE, LAWRENCE JOSEPH 
29 Spencer Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y. 
LATIMER, MARTHA 
126 E. Border Dr., Springhill, Ala. 
LATOUR, MARK M. 

3221 Prytania, Apt. B, New Orleans, La. 
LAURENCE, MARK M. 
914 Church St., Mobile, Alabama 
LEACY, MARY C. 

91 1 Church St., Mobile, Alabama 
LEACY, JOHN J. 

91 1 Church St., Mobile, Alabama 
LEATHERBURY, GEORGE S. 
2322 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. 



STUDENT DIRECTORY (cont.) 



LEATHERWOOD, WILFRED, JR. 

59 Crenshaw, Mobile, Alabama 

LEAVITT, JOSEPH LEE, III 

653 Merwian, Mobile, Alabama 

LECKICH, JOSEPH H. 

1628 W. Beach, Biloxi, Miss. 

LEE, DOLORES L. 

Rt. 1, Buckatanna, Miss. 

LEE, JOHN R. 

2561 Woodruff, Mobile, Alabama 

LEE, RUFUS R. 

1174 Mountain Dr. 

LEE, THOMAS P. 

30 N. W. 61st St., Miami, Fla. 

LEGGETT, B. EDWARD 

1800 W. Cardinal Dr., Mobile, Ala. 

LEIGHTON, PHILIP H., JR. 

325 McDonald Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

LEMOINE, MICHAEL G. 

Mansura, La. 

LEURCK, EARL 

P. O. Box 2214 Spring Hill, Mobile, Ala. 

LIGHTSEY, LEON G. 

2552 Woodruff, Mobile, Alabama 

LIGNOS, S. M. 

3 S. Monterey, Mobile, Alabama 
LILBURN, BERT J. 

1062 Bay Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

LINARES, CAROLS 

D'Strampes 460, Havana, Cuba 

LINDER, JOSEPH J. 

407 N. Waldran, Memphis, Tenn. 

LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM O. 

1600 Forest Dr., Sanford, Fla. 

LOCKIE, GERALD D. 

4323 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, III. 

LOCKNAR, ROMEO F. 

915 State St., Pine Bluff, Ark. 

LOGAN, CHARLES P. 

230 W. Beach, Pass Christian, Miss. 

LOGAN, WILLIAM G. 

207 W. 36th St., Savannah, Ga. 

LONG, BERNARD J. 

128 N. Julia St., Mobile, Alabama 

LONG, MARTIN D. 

1405 Melrose St., Mobile, Alabama 

LOOMIS, MARY E. 

Rt. 2, Box 199C, Mobile, Alabama 

LOPEZ, ROBERTO 

Estrada Palma 512 (Altos) Havana, Cuba 

LUDLOW, HARRY H. 

506 Dexter Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

LUEDTKE, JOHN P. 

2608 Park Dr. Flossmoor, III. 

LUKER, RICHARD L. 

1158 Marvin St., Mobile, Alabama 

LYNAM, FRANK L. 

201 1 W. Mott Dr., Mobile, Alabama 

LYNCH, GERALD H. 

715 Lancaster St., Aiken, S. C. 

MAHFOUZ, HAPPY 

1625 Foisy Ave., Alexandria, La. 

MAHONEY, DENNIS J. 

12 No. Lawn Ave., Elmsford, N. Y. 

MAIORINO, JOSEPH C. 

288 Chestnut Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

MALLARD, GEORGE 

142 Benachi, Biloxi, Miss. 

MALLETTE, JOHN G. 

159 Louiselle St., Mobile, Alabama 

MALLETTE, OLA 

159 Louiselle St., Mobile, Alabama 

MALONE, RICHARD T. 

508 Selma Street, Mobile, Alabama 

MALONEY, F. JAMES 

4 Durham Rd. Larchmont, N. Y. 
MALSCH, JAMES R. 
MANCILL, JOHN E., JR. 

Rt. 1 Box 196-B, Mobile, Ala. 

MANDERS, WILLIAM P., Ill 

22 McPhillips, Mobile, Alabama 

MANIFOLD, JOSEPH P. 

Rt. 1, Box 71 -A, Fairhope, Alabama 

MANLEY, JACK C, 



2301 Grantwood St., Toledo, Ohio 

MANNION, EDWARD J. 

24 Black Creek Lane, St. Louis, Mo. 

MANSUR, ALEX E. 

Oranjestraat, Aruba, N. W. Indies 

MANSUR, JOSSY M. 

P. O. Box 106, Oranjestraat Aruba 

Netherlands, West Indies 
MANSUR, RUBEN D. 
Oranjestraat, Aruba, Netherlands, W. 

Indies 
MASSARI, FRANKLIN S. 
361 Blanca, Tampa, Fla. 
MARINO, CHARLES F. 
3021 S. Princeton Ave., Chicago, III. 
MARTIN, FRANCES JR. 
8 Mohawk St., Mobile, Alabama 
MARKWALTER, JOHN S. 
2624 Walton Way, Augusta, Ga. 
MARSAL, JOYCE T. 
564 Williams, Mobile, Alabama 
MARTIN, ROBERT WILLIAMS 
1351 N. Monitor, Chicago, III. 
MARTIN, GUY L. 

21018 N. Woodlawn Dr., Mobile, Ala. 
MARTZ, EDWARD G. 
2959 N. 28th St., Milwaukee, Wise. 
MARZANO, JAMES F. 
9540 S. Leavitt St., Chicago, III. 
MASON, CHARLES E. 
Sotsuma, Alabama 
MASON, MILTON M. 
2016 Ibis Dr., Mobile, Alabama 
MATHEWS, LOUIS C. 
539 E. 50th St., Savannah, Ga. 
MATTHEWS, JACK P. 
MATTHEWS, MARION J. 
Grove Hill, Alabama 
MATTHEWS, ROBERT S. 
1822 Clearmont St., Mobile, Alabama 
PAULETTE MAY 
MACDONALD, LEO H. 
7254 Maryland St., St. Louis, Mo. 
MacDONALD ROBERT J. 
754 Upsal St., Washington, D. C. 
McALEER, JOHN C. Ill 
509 Cherokee St., Mobile, Alabama 
McALEER, WILLIAM V. 
2014 Dauphin, Mobile, Alabama 
McCANN, BERNARD P. 
619 N. 68th St., Wauwatosa, Wise. 

McCarthy, john b. 

McCoun's Lane, Glen Head, N. Y, 

McCLEERY, THEODORE, W. 

663 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Alabama 

McCOY, JAMES M. 

1211 Houston St., Mobile, Alabama 

McCRARY, WILSON T. 

355 Bayshore Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

Mcdonald, edward j. 

213 Glenwood Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

Mcdonald, robert e. jr. 

Navce, Alabama 

Mcdonough, mary p. 

9 Oakland Terrace, Mobile, Alabama 

McGinn, george p. 

1021 E. 40th, Savanna, Georgia 

McGRATH, THOMAS J. JR. 

75 Van Horten Ave., Passaic, N. J. 

McGregor, albon verado 

3331 Old Shell Rd„ Spring Hill, Ala. 

MrGUIRE, JAMES R. 

353 Moshelu Parkway, Bronx, N. Y. 

MclLWAIN, WILLIAM B. 

2808 Fay Ct., Mobile, Alabama 

McKEAN, JOSEPH M. 

65 S. Monterey, Mobile, Alabama 

McKINNEY, MARYE. 

12 South St., Mobile, Alabama 

McKINNON, CHARLES E. 

1207 Highland Ave., Tampa Fla. 

McKINSTRY, THOMAS I. 

1310 Palmate St., Bhgm. 9, Ala. 



McLAIN, ELLIS H. 

Stockton, Alabama 

McQUILLEN, ROBERT 

862. McQuillen St., Mobile, Alabama 

MEAUT, VICTOR B. 

1211 S. Ann St., Mobile, Alabama 

MELE, FRANK M. 

1023 Charter St., Tampa, Fla. 

MELTON, RODNEY V. 

1002 Choctaw, Chickasaw, Alabama 

MIDGETTE, JOSEPH N. 

1051 Houston St., Mobile, Alabama 

MILLER, EDNA L. 

320-C Fayette, Chickasaw, Alabama 

MILER, JOHN P., JR. 

968 Arlington, Mobile, Alabama 

MILLER, KATHERINE G. 

Rt. 2, Box 77-N, Mobile, Ala. 

MILLER, MELGWIN 

1203 Baltimore St., Mobile, Alabama 

MILLER, RUTH 

Saraland, Alabama 

MINOR, MARY F. 

165 Glenwood, Mobile, Alabama 

MITCHELL, A. GORDON 

RFD. No. 2, Box 288, Savannah, Ga. 

MITCHELL, JAMES L., JR. 

222 Birmingham Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

MITCHUM, OTIS D. 

Box 4181 Post Office, Mobile, Ala. 

MIXON, JIMMY 

1006 Sutton Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

MOODY, JAMES D. 

2064 Agate Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

MOORE, GEORGE H., JR. 

1601 15th Ave., S. Birmingham, Ala. 

MOORE, WILLIAM W., JR. 

1504 Brown St. Mobile, Alabama 

MORCK, LILLIAN 

1762 Springhill Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

MORGAN, WILLIAM M., Ill 

144 Benachi Ave., Biloxi, Miss. 

MORRIS, GERALD L. 

810 Charleston, Mobile, Alabama 

MORRIS, RICHARD M. 

16 Princess Ann Rd., Mobile, Alabama 

MORRISON, JEREMIAH G. 

809 Marine St., Mobile, Alabama 

MARROW, SAMUEL S. 

MORTON, PATRICIA A. 

178 Hannan Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

MOSELY, CLAYTON F., JR. 

1 157 Government, Mobile, Alabama 

MOSMILLER, CHARLES JR. 

215 S. Strieker Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

MOUTON, JAMES B. 

204 Vermillion Blvd., Lafayette, La. 

MUCKLER, THOMAS O. 

794 N. E. 90th St., Miami Shores, Fla. 

MUELLER, EDWARD A., JR. 

2168 N. 46th St., Milwaukee, Wise. 

MUELLER, JACQUELINE 

859 Gehrig, Prichard, Alabama 
MULCAHY, ROBERT J. 

1624 N. Normandy Ave., Chicago, III. 

MULE, PETER P., 

4600 Marigny St., New Orleans, La. 

MULHERIN, J. BERNARD 

1318 Monte Sano Ave., Augusta, Ga. 

MULLADY, WALTER F. 

7038 Ridge Ave., Chicago, III. 

MULIER, PAUL R. 

9 Althea St., Metaririe, New Orleans, La. 

MULLER, THOMAS M. 

508 S. Georgia, W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

MULLIN, JEROME P. 

4216 164th St. Flushing, N. Y. 

MURPHY, MICHAEL E. 

1839 N. W. 49th St., Miami, Fla. 

MURRAY, JOHN W., 

860 Decatur, Decatur, III. 
MURRAY THOMAS HARTLEY 
MUSCAT, HELEN T., 

1825 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Alabama 



STUDENT DIRECTORY (cont.) 



NEESE, WALTER F. 

57 N. Broad St., Mobile, Alabama 

NELSON, GILBERT B. 

ATG 1703D Hq. Sq. Brookley AFB 

Mobile, Alabama 
NEUHARD, PRESTON R. 
1458 Dauphin St., Mobile, Alabama 
NEWELL, THOMAS J. 
1502 N. Pulaski Rd., Chicago, II. 
NICHOLAS, JAMES C. 
811 Courtney St., Mobile, Alabama 
NICHOLS, ANDREW J., JR. 
Box 25, Calvert, Alabama 
NIX, BENTON M. 

1007 Colonial Ct., Mobile, Ala. 
NIXON, WILLIAM A. 

55 N. W. 67th Ave., Miami, Fla. 

NOBLES, CHARLES, JR. 

6 Willowbank, Georgetown, S. C. . . 

NOLAN, JOHN J. 

1176 Columbus Circle, Janesville, Wise. 

NOLETTO, CLAUDE J. 

1008 Cloverdale Dr., Mobile, Alabama 
NORRIS, JAMES E. 

8 N. Cedar, Mobile, Alabama 

NORTON, JACKSON R. 

13 Cardinal Dr. Mobile, Alabama 

NORWOOD, MICHAEL W. 

850 S.Washington Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

OBERKIRCH, ALTHO JOSEPH 

406 Glenwood St., Mobile, Ala. 

O'BRIEN, ARCHIBALD F. 

2116 D Bragg Hill, Mobile, Alabama 

O'CONNOR AUDLEY 

37 Crescent Dr. Mobile, Alabama 

O'CONNOR, JOHN A. 

1114 Caroline Ave., Mobile, Alabama' 

OEN, RICHARD F. 

318 Greenwood Drive, W. Palm Beach, 

Florida 
OLASO, GEORGE P. 
OLIVIER, ELEANOR A. 
Rt. 2, Box 28 Arnaudville, La. 
OLIVER, NOAH PRICE, JR. 
3660 Cedars Ave., Mobile, Alabama 
O'NEAL, EDWIN E. 
21 5 Vi 7th St., Chickasaw, Ala. 
O'NEAL, WILLIAM W. 
P. O. Box 1357, Chickasaw, Ala. 
O'NEILL, RICHARD S. 
Country Club Rd., Spring Hill, Alabama 
OLLIS, JAMES 

614 Lesesne St., Mobile, Alabama 
ORENDORFF, AUSTIN A. 
1715 Shades Park Dr., Birmingham, Ala. 
O'ROURKE, OWENS, JR. 
1111 W. Gimon Circle, Mobile, Alabama 
ORRELL, WILLIAM R. 
2059 Gimon Circle, Mobile, Ala. 
OSINSKI, JOANNE 
Rt. 4 Box 75-A, Mobile, Alabama 
OWEN, TRAVIS EZELL 
2578 Pollard Lane, Mobije, Alabama 
PACE, WAYNE A. 
612 Westwood, Mobile, Alabama 
PAINTIN, LUCY M. 
205 Third St. Chickasaw, Alabama 
PALERMO, VINCENT G. 
314 E. 26th Ave., Tampa, Fla. 
PARISY, JOSEPH A. 
Rt. 3, Box 402-B, Shreveport, La. 
PARK, ERNEST L. JR. 
2854 Ralston Rd., Mobile, Alabama 
PARNELL, WILLIAM B. 
333 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Alabama 
PARTRIDGE, DAVID R. 
1955 Springhill Ave., Mobile, Ala. 
PATRICK, BARBARA J. 

907 Marine St., Mobile, Ala. 
PATRONAS, CHARLES G. 

1812 LaSalle St., Mobile, Alabama. 
PEARSON, ROBERTA L. 

908 S. Broad St., Mobile, Ala. 



PEAVY, AURELIUS 

2010 Wells Ave., Mobile, Ala. 
PERESICH, JOHN P. 

212 Hopkins, Biloxi, Miss. 
PEREZ, VICTOR 

1507 ICth Ave., Tampa, Fla. 
PERLITZ, FRED W. 

213 Caldwood, Beaumont, Texas 
FERLMAN, MURRAY 

416 E. 52nd St., Savannah, Ga. 

PERRY, RALPH J. 

5836 S. Artesian Ave., Chicago 29, III. 

PETIT, LOUIS V. 

P. O. Box 1168, Mobile, Alabama 

PETTIS, WOODIE E. 

2609 Skylark Blvd., Mobile, Alabama 

PETTWAY, HOLLICE 

505 Maple St., Mobile, Alabama 

PICKETT, SMITH D., JR. 

3720 Stein St., Mobile, Alabama 

FIERCE, EDWIN P. 

1741 Hunter Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

PIERCE, GEORGE H. 

Rt. 2, Box 185 Theodore, Ala. 

PIERCE, JOHN A. 

103 Victory Drive, Savannah, Ga. 

PISARICH, RAY V. 

514 Santini St., Biloxi, Miss. 

PISTORIUS, JOSEPH H. 

1546 Elizabeth St., Shreveport, La. 

PITTROFF, MARY ELLEN 

505 Tuttle Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

PLUNKETT, KENNETH J. 

5730 Memphis, New Orleans, La. 

FOMPEI, RONALD J. 

10 Albert Ave., Fairlawn, N. J. 

POOLE, FRANCIS J. 

266 Salem St., Lawrence, Mass. 

POOLEY, DAVID P. 

1201 Dauphin St., Mobile, Alabama 

POPE, SADIE 

1211 Easton St., Mobile, Alabama 

POWELL, CHARLES 

Malcolm, Alabama 

POWELL, GERALD 

78 N. Sage Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

POWELL, MAMIE WESTON 

19 Lancaster Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

POWELL, WALTER 

5109 A Street, Little Rock, Ark. 

PRITCHARD, JAMES R. 

P. O. Box, 1444, Mobile, Alabama 

PUGH, RUFUS E., JR. 

16C7 Illinois St. Mobile, Ala. 

PULLANO, RUSSELL L. 

3123 Prinston Ave., Chicago 16, III. 

QUINA, GEORGE P. 

350 West St., Flo Claire, Mobile, Ala. 

QUINLIVAN, JOHN DELAHUNTY 

1908 Hunter Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

QUINLIVAN, JUNE MARIE 

1908 Hunter Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

RADAM, ROBERT L. 

1901 Rodam Ave., Portsmouth, Va. 

RASBERRY, RICHARD W. 

3239 Old Shell Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

RASP, PATRICIA 

112 N. Catherine St., Mobile, Alabama 

REDELL, EUGENE T. 

132 Carlin St., Mobile, Alabama 

REDELL, JOHN DAVID 

132 N. Carlin St., Mobile, Ala. 

REED, ASTRID 

224-B Tensas, Prichard, Ala. 

REED, KATHLEEN 

224-B Tensas, Prichard, Ala. 

REED, SYLVIA F. 

24 S. Monterey St., Mobile, Alabama 

REEVES, I. G. LEIGHTON 

Coffeeville, Alabama 

REIDY, JEROME 

2871 Montieau Dr., St. Louis, Mo. 

REILLY, RICHARD J. 



REGAN, JACK 

1661 Junction, Detroit, Michigan 

REIN, WILLIAM 

9033 Laflin, Chicago, III. 

REINA, PETER D. 

607 E. Adalee, Tampa, Fla. 

REINHART, MARGARET 

559 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Alabama 

REMSON, MARCEL JUDE 

904 Bartholomew, New Orleans, La. 

REYNOLDS, BYRON I. 

W. Volanta Ave., Fairhope, Ala. 

RIASCOS, SANTIAGO BONILLA, JR. 

San Fernando Calle 10 No. 8-49 

Cali, Columbia, SA 
RICHELL, GRACE LUCILLE 
215 S. Jefferson St., Mobile, Alabama 
RIDLEY, CHARLES L., JR. 
Rt. 2, Box 203, Mobile, Alabama 
RIDGEWAY, AMELIA R. 
558 E. Downing St., Mobile, Alabama 
RIDINGS, LUCILE D. 
1559 Dauphin St., Mobile, Alabama 
RIEDLER, OLIVER MITCHELL 
8C2 Dobson St., Evanston, III. 
RING, DAVID A. 

1112 Center Drive, St. Louis, Mo. 
RIPOLI, FRANK 

6548 S. Marshfield, Chicago, III. 
RISHER, JOE A. 

31 S. North Circle, Chickasaw, Ala. 
ROBERTS, WILLIAM E. 
207 Grand Blvd., Mobile, Alabama 
ROBERTSON, JAMES J. 
2060 S. Gimon Circle, Mobile, Ala. 
ROBINSON, GEORGE E. 
1202 Elmira St., Mobile, Alabama 
RODRIGUEZ, FRANCISCO J. 
P. O. Box, 768, Preston Ote, Cuba 
RODRIGUEZ, JAMES A. 
322 Hillside Dr., Chickasaw, Alabama 
RODGERS, GEORGE W. 
65 N. Holmes Street, Prichard, Ala. 
ROE, JULIA M. 
661 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Ala. 
ROLWING, E. CHARLES, JR. 
1104 E. Commercial St., Charleston, Mo. 
ROONEY, JAMES W. 
313 S. Conception St., Mobile, Ala. 
RUCKER, JAMES B. JR. 
51 S. Fulton St., Mobile, Alabama 
RUEFF, PHILIP, W.,JR. 
105 Norris Lane, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
RUSS, JAMES M. 
41 14 Gilliat, Duluth, Minn. 
RUSSELL, HAROLD L. 
1562 Lemon St., Mobile, Alabama 
RYAN, JOHN D. 
RYAN THOMAS E. 
31 Overlook Dr., Chappaqua, N. Y. 
SABOL, JOHN A. 

769 N. W. 77th Terrace, Miami, Fla. 
SANFORD, CAPT, JAMES B. 
1213-A Brookley Manor, Mobile, Ala. 
SANROMA, JOHN P. 
1000 Walnut St., Newton Hlds, Mass. 
SARDISCO, JOHN B. 
2264 Barksdale Blvd., Bossier City, La. 
SARRA, VINCENT 
1 10 W. Larua St., Pensacola, Fla. 
SANDERS, ELIZABETH A. 
355 N. Joachim St., Mobile, Alabama 
SAVERY, DONALD F. 
3050 Emogene, St., Mobile, Alabama 
SCANLAN, HENRY G., JR. 
15 E. Gould, Whistler, Alabama 
SCHEFFER, CHARLES W., JR. 
Golf Club Lane, Nashville, Tenn. 
SCHELL, ROBERT J. 
9921 Longwood Drive, Chicago, III. 
SCHULTER, JOHN L. 
117 Parker St., Mobile, Alabama 
SCHULTE, JAMES E. 
1259 Austeria Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. 



STUDENT DIRECTORY (cont.) 



SCHULTE, JOSEPHINE H. 

Rt. 2 Box 139, Theodore, Alabama 
SCHULTE, JAMES W. 
1259 Austeria Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. 
SCHWING, JAMES W. 
120 Weeks, New Iberia, La. 
SCOTT, MARVIN T. 
Route 6 Box 386, Mobile, Alabama 
SCOTT, WINFIELD D., JR. 
307 S. Conception St., Mobile, Ala. 
SCHRIBNER, EVA M. 

208 Second St., Chickasaw, Alabama 
SEGUIN, FERNAND J. 

1315 Van Dorn St., Mobile, Alabama 

SELLS, LILY T. 

Rt. 4 Box 227 Halls Mill Rd. Mobile, 

Alabama 
SEUZENEAU, JEANNINE D. 

209 Keller St., Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
SEXTON, LATTIE E., JR. 

62 S. Ann St., Mobile, Alabama 
SHACKELFORD, JOHN M. 
2209 Dauphin St., Mobile, Alabama 
SHAIA, JOHN L. 

1744 Oxmoor Rd., Birmingham, Ala. 
SHANNON, HENRY 
317 W. DeSoto St., Pensacola, Fla. 
SHAPIRO, WILLIAM G. 
9930 S. Prospect Avenue, Chicago, III. 
SHEA, JOHN T. 

175 18th Ave.. S. E. St. Petersburg, Fla. 
SHEA, WILLIAM A. 
Country Club Grounds, Midlothian, III. 
SHEEHAN, JAMES T. 
518 W. 41st. St., Chicago 9, III. 
SHELDON, JOHN 

1450 Government St., Mobile, Alabama 
SHELDON, MARIE H. 
1405 Government, St., Mobile, Alabama 
SHENESEY, MATHEW J. 
61 Whatley St., Whistler, Alabama 
SHEPPARD, THOMAS J. 
61 1 Springhill Ave., Spring Hill, Ala. 
SHERSHIN, MICHAEL J. 
Route 4, Box 539, Sarasota, Fla. 
SHINE, MICHAEL J. 
4127 Travis St., Dallas, Texas. 
SHIPP, ALTON P. 
Rt. l,Box 344 Semmes, Alabama 
SHOULDERS, JACK M. 
1558 W. Cardinal Dr., Mobile, Alabama 
SIBILLE, ESTORGE C. 
Sunset, Louisiana 
SILBEY, RICHARD A. 
407 Fairwood Blvd., Mobile, Alabama 
SIMMONS , DAVID W. 
1475 Partridge St., Mobile, Alabama 
SIMMS, ALBERT L. 

1408 S. Cloverleaf Cir., Mobile, Ala. 
SLANA, EDWARD M. 
552 Wisconsin St., Mobile, Alabama 
SMITH, BRADLEY C. 
1861 Stone St., Mobile, Alabama 
SMITH, CLIFFORD D. 
Box 264, Eight Mile, Alabama 
SMITH, DONALD L., JR. 
54 Crenshaw St., Mobile, Alabama 
SMITH, DONALD H. 
Rt. 4 Box 133-B, Mobile, Alabama 
SMITH DONALD R. 
5045 West End Ave., Chicago, III. 
SMITH, JOSEPH F. 
772 Euclid Ave., Mobile, Alabama 
SMITH, RAYMOND I., JR. 
110 S. Jefferson St., Mobile, Alabama 
SMITH, ROBERT G. 

67 N. Hathaway St., Mobile, Alabama 
SMITH, WILLIAM H. 
762 Kentucky St., Mobile, Alabama 
SMITH WILLIAM P. 
1901 Clinton St., Mobile, Alabama 
SONNHALTER, EDWARD 
2986 Kensington Rd. Cleveland Heiqhts 
Ohio 



SOULE, JOHN L. 

Mcintosh, Alabama 

STANLEY, JAMES C. 

Rt. 1 Box 317, Saraland, Alabama 

STAVRAKOS, NICOLAOS J. 

951 Washington Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

STEGER, GEORGE F. 

5826 Tremont, Dallas, Texas 

STEVENS, JOHN E. 

148 Randolph Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

STEWART, DOYLE 

Rt. 2 Box 61, Mobile, Alabama 

STEWART, SUSIE F. 

2805 Faycourt St., Mobile, Alabama 

ST. MARTIN, SHELBY D. 

Caixa Postal 1143 Sao Paul, Brazil, S. A. 

SWEENEY, WALTER G. 

933 Alba Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. 

SWEET, BERNARD F. 

9 S. Hallett St., Mobile, Alabama 

SWEETSER, WILMER A. 

2201 Old Government, Mobile, Ala. 

TANNER, ROBERT W. 

954 Lucille St., Mobile, Alabama 

TARDY, R. TOMAS 

133 Tenth Ave.,W. Helena, Ark. 

TALETON, MRS. BETTIE J. 

1358 Linwood Dr., Mobile, Alabama 

TAYLOR, DOUGLAS K, 

356-B Marengo St., Chickasaw, Ala. 

TAYLOR, JOHN S. 

1907 LaSalle St., Mobile, Alabama 

TEAGUE, JOSEPH C. 

309 Sewell Ave., Abilene, Texas 

TERRELL, DUDLEY J. 

19 Rickarby St., Mobile, Alabama 

TERRELL, MARY L. 

221 -C De Sales, Mobile, Alabama 

THIERRY, PAUL 

The Uplands, Sarasota, Fla. 

THOMAS, DAVID S. 

6148 Tennessee Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

THOMPSON, B. G. 

Rt. I, Box 310, Whistler, Alabama 
THOMPSON, MELVA D. 

Rt 8, Box 310, Whistler, Alabama 
THOMPSON, ROBERT C. 

115 Bishop Ln., Mobile, Alabama 

THURMAN, JO ANN 

205 S. Fulton, Mobile, Alabama 

TOLBERT, JOANNA 

108 Glenwood, Mobile, Alabama 

TONSMEIRE, WILLIAM M. 

3553 Old Shell Rd„ Spring Hill, Alabama 

TONSMEIRE, LOUIS E. 

3553 Old Shell Rd., Spring Hill, Alabama 

TREHERN, LEO R. 

457 Lake Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

TREUTEL, WILLIAM G. 

200-A Portier Ct., Mobile, Alabama 

TURNER, HUGH A. 

VANCE, JOSEPH R., JR. 

1601 Martin Dr., Mobile, Alabama 

VAN HOOSER, HUGH C. 

317-C Blount St., Chickasaw, Alabama 

VANONI, OTTO V. 

3217 Hill Ave., New York, N. Y. 

VASSER, FRANK, JR. 

15 Mohawk Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

VELLA, MARY C. 

2408 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. 

VETTER, NORMAN H., JR. 

Cuevas, Miss. 

VINCENT PATRICIA L. 

2561-B Skylark Blvd. Mobile, Alabama. 

VOSBURG, VELMA J. 

317 Lee Street, Mobile, Alabama 

WADE, JOHN J. 

1234 Peabody, Memphis, Tenn. 

WADE, THOMAS M. JR. 

2616 Cowden, Memphis, Tenn. 

WADDELL, THOMAS 

10221 S. Hoyne, Chicago, III. 



WAGNER, JOHN 

806 S. Broad St., Mobile, Alabama 
WALKER, JAMES P. 
10 Forest Ln., Warntn, Fla. 
WALSH, FENWICK A. 
266 Pine Hill Dr., Mobile, Alabama 
WALSH, JAMES H. 
648 Caloosa Dr., Sarasota, Fla. 
WALTER, FRANCIS X. 
3804 Austill Ln., Mobile, Alabama 
WALTERS, MADGE K. 
1757 Old Shell Rd., Spring Hill, Alabama 
WALTER, RICHARD A. 
7435 Euclid, Chicago, III. 
WALTON, DORA R. 
1700 Craft, Prichard, Alabama 
WARD, HELEN E. 

325 First Street, Chickasaw, Alabama 
WATERS, PERRY L. 
WATFORD, SHIRLEY T. 
674 Chin, Mobile, Alabama 
WATKINS, FRANCES K. 
219 Third St., Chickasaw, Alabama 
WEATHERS, FRANK W. 
261 Monteria St., Mobile, Ala. 
WEDEMEYER, THOMAS 
2885 S. Superior, Milwaukee, Wise. 
WEISS, MARGARET E. 
453 S. Conception St., Mobile, Ala. 
WELBORN, HUBERT 
200 S. Georgia, Mobile, Alabama 
WELSH, RAYMOND A. 
54 Oriole Dr., Mobile, Alabama 
WENDELL, JAMES E. JR. 
312-A Fayette St., Chickasaw, Alabama 
WERNETH, WILLIAM H. 
455 Monroe, Mobile, Alabama 
WHEELER, ELBA 
207 Lambert, Mobile, Alabama 
WHEELER, LESTER M. 
207 Lambert, Mobile, Alabama 
WHITMIRE, WILLIAM K. 
2753 Ralston, Mobile, Alabama 
WHITTINGTON, RICHARD G. 
2216 Taft., Houston, Texas. 
WIGLEY, HAROLD L. JR. 
50 Fifth Ave., Prichard, Ala. 
WILBURN, RUTH A. 
41 1 S. E., Pensacola, Fla. 
WILKINSON, JOSEPH L. 
361 Ann St., Fairhope, Alabama 
WILKINSON, MAMIE V. 
Rt. 5, Box 138, Mobile, Alabama 
WILLEMSE, CORNELIUS W. Ill 
215 W. Comanche, Tampa, Fla. 
WILLIAMS, LOUIS M. 
257 Dilston, Mobile, Alabama 
WILLIAMS, MARY L. 
1305 Brown, Mobile, Alabama 
WILLIAMS, WILLIAM S. 
257 Dilston, Mobile, Alabama 
WILLIAMSON, RICHARD T . 
1 155 Scott Ave., Winnetka, Illinois 
WILSON, DIANE M. 
3910 St. Stephens Rd., Mobile, Alabama 
WILSON, ELIZABETH A. 
556 Dexter Ave., Mobile, Alabama 
WILSON, JIMMY D. 
906 Smith, Prichard, Alabama 
WINSTANLEY, GEORGE C. 
2161 Homewood, Mobile, Alabama 
WIRTZ, THOMAS J. 
4002 Sixth Ave.. Kenosha, Wise. 
WOHLER, HERBERT A. 
926-A Marengo St., Chickasaw, Alabama 
WOJOHN, WALTER O. JR. 
914 Arlington St., Mobile, Alabama 
WOOD, THOMAS DAVID 
134 Florence PL, Mobile, Alabama 
WOODS, ROBERT E. JR. 
1730 Spring Hill Ave., Spring Hill, Ala. 
WORSHAW, CLIF P. 
WRIGHT, BILLIE G. 
750 Pillans, Mobile, Alabama 



STUDENT DIRECTORY (cont.) 



WRIGHT, OSCAR 

306 S. Conception St. Mobile, Alabama 

WEIGHT, SAMUEL M. Ill 

73 N. Reed Ave., Mobile, Alabama 

WRIGHT, WILBURN E. 

306 S. Conception, Mobile, Alabama 

WRIGHT, WILKINSON D. Ill 

311 Sea View Ave., Palm Beach, Fla. 

WYJHOSKIE, HENRY 

1495 Goldfinch Dr., Mobile, Alabama 



YEAGER, FAYE L. 

654 Pillans, Mobile, Alabama 

YEEND, GEORGE 

55 N. Ann Street, Mobile, Alabama 

YEEND, MELVILLE 

252 West St., Mobile, Alabama 

YOUNG, CHARLES W. 

2222 Victory Blvd., Vero Beach, Fla. 

YOUNG, ROBERT J. 

2222 Victory Blvd., Vero Beach, Fla. 



ZALOPANY, PETER E. 

7 N. Georgia, Mobile, Alabama 

ZELLER, LOUIS G. 

8108 S. Ellis, Chicago 19, III. 

ZOGHBY, MICHAEL E. 

203 Wilson Ave., Prichard, Alabama 

ZURYBIDA, ADAM 

59 W. Petain St., Prichard, Alabama 



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Montgomery, Alabama 



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